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Eugène Cuvelier

French, 1837 - 1900

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Eugène Cuvelier's interest in photography was encouraged by his father Adalbert, who devoted himself to the art after a successful career as an oil manufacturer. During his student years in Arras in the studio of Constant Dutilleux, Eugène was exposed to the techniques and aesthetic of plein-air painting. Both Eugène and Adalbert were members of the Société Française de Photographie, where Eugène exhibited landscape views of Barbizon and the environs of Arras.

Artist Bibliography

Glassman, Elizabeth. Cliché-verre, Hand-drawn, Light-printed. Detroit, 1980.
Daniel, Malcolm. Eugène Cuvelier, Photographer in the Circle of Corot. Exh. cat. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1996.

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