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|Born||Albert Pierre René Maignan
14 October 1845
|Died||29 September 1908
|Education||Under Jules Noël, Évariste Vital Luminais|
|Notable work(s)||Homage to Clovis II, Louis IX consoling a leper|
|Awards||Médaille d'or in 1889, Légion d'honneur in 1895.|
Albert Pierre René Maignan (Beaumont-sur-Sarthe 14 October 1845 – 29 September 1908 Saint-Prix) was a French painter and historical illustrator. Most of his work was devoted to historical subjects, but he also painted portraits.
In 1864, at the age of 19, Maignan left his home to study law in Paris, where he graduated in 1866. During his studies, he devoted himself to his first love, painting.
He participated with other artists in the decoration of the Opera-Comique in Paris in 1898.
Maignan's "Green Muse" (1895), a depiction of a poet being overcome by absinthe
- Dominique Mallet, Albert Maignan et son oeuvre. Conférence au Mans le 14 novembre 1912.
- Albert Maignan, Albert Maignan, peintre. Collection Félix Potin.
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