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Armand Laroche

Diana Bathing with the Nymphs

Female nude by pond with water lilies

Portrait of Louis-Frédéric Schützenberger

Portrait of 3/4 of a young woman

Armand Laroche (1826 – 1903), also known as Amand Laroche, was a French painter, who specialized in portraits and genre painting.

Biography
Painted signature of the artist

Born in Saint-Cyr-l'École (Seine-et-Oise). Arman Laroche was studying at École des beaux-arts de Versailles and École des beaux-arts de Paris, he was student of Ferdinand Wachsmuth and Michel Martin Drolling. He took part in the Paris Salon every year from 1846 up to 1903. He was awarded a bronze medal at the Exposition Universelle (1889), and an honourable mention at the Exposition Universelle (1900).


Works

Portrait of Sculptor Poitevin (1855), Musée des beaux-arts de Marseille
Portrait of a Young Woman (1872)
Blue Bird, featured at the Salon in 1882
Portrait of L-F Schützenberger (1884)
Le Réveil, featured at the Salon in 1886
Portrait of M. Lapostolet, featured at the Salon in 1887
Portrait of Melle Lainé, Artist of the Odeon, featured at the salon in 1888
La Rosée, featured at the Salon in 1889
Baigneuse, featured at the Salon in 1892
Female Nude by Pond With Water Lilies
Diana Bathing With the Nymphs

Gallery

Female nude by pond with water lilies

Portrait of young woman (1872)

Portrait of L.-F. Schützenberger (1884)

Diana Bathing with the Nymphs

References

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