Benjamin Samuel Bolomey
Benjamin Bolomey (1739 – 1819), was a Swiss painter.
He was born in Lausanne and after his education he worked in Paris until 1761 and then moved to the Hague where he became a member of the Confrerie Pictura in 1763. He was court painter to William V, Prince of Orange and is known for portraits. In 1771 he became regent of the Confrerie, but in 1792 he returned to Lausanne. He died in Lausanne.
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