Adelaïde Salles-Wagner

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Adèlaïde Salles-Wagner
Born1825
Died2 July 1890
NationalityGermany

Adelheid Wagner or Adelaïde Salles-Wagner (1825–1890) was a German painter active in France.

Breton Girl Praying

She was a pupil of Claude Jacquand in Lyon, and Joseph Bernhardt in Munich or Paris.[1] She married the painter Jules Salles from Nîmes. Her sister Elise Puyroche-Wagner also became a painter. She is known for portraits and genre works of children. Her work Breton Girl Praying was included in the book Women Painters of the World.[2]

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