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Edmond Borchard

Biography of Artist


Born In 1848 in Bordeaux and died in 1922 in Paris

French painter of genre scenes, landscapes and marines

He was a pupil of Brandon, Cabanel, Debuffe, Mazerolle and Van Marcke from 1870 to 1921

He was a member of the School of French Artists where he was awarded a second class medal in 1889 and a bronze at the 1889 and 1900 Universal Exposition. He was made a Legion d’Honneur in 1914

His works have been auctioned in New York

His noted works are

Back of the lifeboat

Boar Hunting Hounds

Girl Playing a Mandolin (1873)

A big push,Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux

Mare aux Serpents (1888)

Mort (1902)

The End of a deer (polygon Fontainebleau, 23 December 1885) (1885), Museum of Fine Arts in Nantes

Pheasant hunting near the pond (1893)

Portrait of Yorkshire (1908)

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Size: 40 x 29"

Oil on Canvas

Price: over £10000

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