Antoine Auguste Ernest Hébert (3 November 1817 – 5 December 1908) was a French painter and academic.
Hébert was born in Grenoble and died in La Tronche. His painting Mal'aria was exhibited in the Salon of 1850–1851, and now hangs in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris. Painted in a Romantic style, it depicts a family of Italian peasants escaping an epidemic by raft, a scene inspired by events Hébert had witnessed while in Italy.
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Portrait of Léon Laurent-Pichat
Mosaic of the apse of the Panthéon (Paris)
Returning from the Well (circa 1860). The Walters Art Museum.