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Louis Remy Eugène Desjobert

1817 Châteauroux – 1863 Paris

A pupil of the landscape painters, André Jolivard and Theodore Caruelle d’Aligny, Eugène Desjobert made his debut at the Paris Salon in 1842 and was awarded medals on several occasions in the years that followed. As a painter, aquarellist, etcher and lithographer, he concentrated throughout his life on the theme of nature, drawing inspiration inter alia from the landscapes of Fontainebleau, Normandy, the island of Jersey and areas around the River Seine. Desjobert was made a member of the Légion d’Honneur in 1863.