(b. 1780, Paris, d. 1867, Malakoff)
French painter. He began to paint historical scenes without master. Later he specialized in genre painting and portraits. In 1831, he run a workshop of drawings and paintings for women. He gets the silver medal contest at the painting and sculpture of 1810 Salon with The Day after the Battle of Eylau, commissioned by the Prince of Neuchatel; then the gold medal at the show 1819. He also won two more medals at exhibitions in Lille in 1824 and Douai in 1826.
His son Jean-Alphonse Roehn was also a painter.