MICHALLON, Achille-Etna
(b. 1796, Paris, d. 1822, Paris)


French landscape painter. He was the first artist to win the Prix de Rome in the historical landscape category. He studied under Jacques-Louis David and Valenciennes and was the teacher of Corot. He exhibited at the 1812 Salon. He died early of pneumonia in 1822.

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