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Auguste-Hilaire Eugène Lampsonius (1822–71) was a French painter and illustrator.

He is best known for his illustrations of the works of Eugène Sue, Honoré de Balzac, and Alexandre Dumas, as well as for his graphite portraits of Comédie-Française actors. He signed these portraits as Eustache Lorsay.

Lampsonius was born in Joué-du-Bois, and died in Paris in 1871.
See also

Michel Lévy Frères

References
Osterwalder, Marcus, ed. (1983). Dictionnaire des illustrateurs (1800–1914): illustrateurs, caricaturistes et affichistes. Paris: Hubschmid & Bouret. p. 640. OCLC 10170673.

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