Alexandre-François Caminade

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The Duchess of Orléans by Caminade, 1834, Versailles

Alexandre-François Caminade (December 14, 1783 – May 1862) was a French painter.

Caminade was born and died in Paris. He was a portraitist and a religious painter. He was Jacques-Louis David's pupil. See also, Larousse article at Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings, eds. John Denison Champlin and Charles Callahan Perkins

Main works[edit]

Flight into Egypt, Marriage of the Virgin, and Adoration of the Magi St. Etienne du Mont, France;

The Levite of Ephraim, and Entry of the French into Antwerp Versailles;

St. Theresa Receiving the Last Sacrament Notre Dame de Lorette

Portraits[edit]

Bids[edit]

  • Album with 64 drawings, 34.5 –28 cm, Piasa, Hôtel Drouot, June 16, 2004, lot 191, not sold
  • 27 drawings in 2 lots, n° 171-173, Tajan, November 15, 2004, not sold