Charles-Auguste van den Berghe

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Aegisthus discovers the body of Clytemnestra, his entry for the Prix de Rome competition in 1823, for which he won 3rd place

Charles-Auguste van den Berghe (1798–1853), was a French painter.


He was born in Beauvais as the son of Augustin van den Berghe and became the pupil of Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson.[1]

He died in Paris.[1]