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Adrien Dauzats

Paintings

 Painting - The Great Pyramid. Giza by Adrien Dauzats

The Great Pyramid. Giza

 Painting - The Giralda. Seville by Adrien Dauzats

The Giralda. Seville

Le Passage de Portes de fer en Algérie

Adrien Dauzats, a French landscape and genre painter, was born at Bordeaux in 1804. He became a pupil of Michel-Julien Gué, and afterwards travelled in France, Spain, Egypt, and Palestine, for the purpose of making illustrations for Baron Taylor's 'Voyages pittoresques et romantiques de l'ancienne Prance,' 1820-63; ' Voyage pittoresque en Espagne, en Portugal, et sur la côte d'Afrique, de Tanger à Tetouan,' 1826-32; 'La Syrie, I'Egypte, la Palestine et la Judée,' 1835-39, and other books. He was a frequent exhibitor at the Salon of genre subjects and interiors of churches, and was also a lithographer. He died in Paris in 1868.

References

This article incorporates text from the article "DAUZATS, Adrien" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1886–1889 publication now in the public domain.

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