Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey

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Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey
Born 26 March 1833 (1833-03-26)
Châtillon-sur-Marne, France
Died 19 January 1891 (1891-01-20) (aged 57)
Known for painter

Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey was a French 19th-century landscape, allegorical and figure painter.


Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey was born in 1833 in Chatillon-sur-Marne,[1] France. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts[2] in Paris under Léon Cogniet. He exhibited his works at the Salon de Paris in 1879. The painter died in Paris in 1891.[3] Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey is famous for his dark forest landscapes combined with bright clearings and bathing nude women and/or Venus[4][5] in the style of Narcisse Virgilio Díaz.

Artworks in public collections[edit]


  1. ^ Archives of Châtillon-sur-Marne
  2. ^ Monneret 1981, p. 198
  3. ^ Archives Départementales de Paris
  4. ^ Artprice
  5. ^ Joconde Database of French state owned collections


External links[edit]

  • Artprice Auction results of Marie-Abraham Rosalbin de Buncey's artworks .
  • Artnet Pictures of Rosalbin de Buncey's artworks, Artnet