Clément-Auguste Andrieux

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Clément-Auguste Andrieux (7 December 1829, Paris– 16 May 1880, Samois-sur-Seine[1]) was a French artist and illustrator.[2][3]

In 1870 Andrieux worked for Le Monde Illustré during the Franco Prussian War.[3]


La bataille de Waterloo
  • A lithographic series on National Guards.[3]
  • Cherville, Histoire d'un trop bon chien, Hetzel.[3]
  • Harriet Beecher-Stowe, La Case de l'Oncle Tom, Perrotin, 1853.[3]
List of individual drawings and paintings
Work Date Notes
Don Quixote Telling His Story to the Peasants 1859 watercolor.[4]
As-tu jamais chassé la grosse bête, toi? (two soldiers talking; "Imp. Auguste Bry") 187- print (lithograph)[5]
La bataille de Waterloo (Battle of Waterloo)
Cuirassier leading his horse over a battlefield Watercolor with Pen and Ink [6]


  1. ^ Dictionnaire général des artistes de l'école française. Volume 2 - Page 14
  2. ^ Artist page:Clément-Auguste Andrieux, CyberMuse Archived 2009-03-30 at the Wayback Machine, National Gallery of Canada, Retrieved 2009-04-05
  3. ^ a b c d e Clement Auguste Andrieux,, cites Le Charivari (1862-1865), Journal Amusant (1863), Petit Journal pour rire (1860). Retrieved 2009-04-05
  4. ^ Don Quixote Telling His Story to the Peasants,C. & J. Goodfriend. Retrieved 2009-04-05
  5. ^ Alvin and Ethel Romansky Art Collection, 1768-1987 (bulk 1834-1987) Harry Ransom Center
  6. ^ Clément-Auguste Andrieux - Past Auction Results, ArtNet. Retrieved 2009-04-05