Lucienne Bisson (1880–1939) was a French artist.
Bisson was born in Paris. She was the illegitimate daughter of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) and Frédérique Vallet-Bisson, a French painter who was leading the Société Féminine des Artistes.[nb 1]
Lucienne Bisson exhibited her works in many French Salons, among them the Salon des Indépendants. She is famous for her Paris city views, beautiful landscapes and colorful still lifes. For instance, Bisson made a painting that captured the "heavy atmosphere" on a cloudy Paris street in 1920s.
- Frédérique Vallet-Bisson (1865 - 1949) studied with Jules Lefebvre. She exhibited Two Roses at the 1893 Columbian World Exposition and in 1914 received the Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur as a successful painter. Lucienne may have been born in 1884.
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- Artnet Photos d'oeuvres de Lucienne Bisson
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