Cauchois

Eugène Henri Cauchois (1850–1911) left his native Rouen to study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, becoming a pupil, first of Ferdinand Duboc, and later Alexandre Cabanel, who was among the most highly regarded artists of fashionable mid-19th-century Paris. Cauchois, as a pupil, assisted his master in working on great decorative panels for Paris’s most fashionable noble houses, as well as the palace of Emperor Napoleon III, for whom he was court painter, and the Empress Eugénie.

From Cabannel, Cauchois learned a sense of scale. (artnet.com)

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