Michel-Bruno Bellengé (1726 - December 13, 1793) was a French painter.
He specialized in painting flowers on enamel, as well as vegetables and fruits. He worked to paint the ceiling of the La Celle-Saint-Cloud under the direction of Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre. He also worked with Jean-Baptiste-Henri Deshays. Approved in 1762, he was received in 1764 to the Rouen Academy of Arts on the recommendation of Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin who believed in him.
Ruined by the French Revolution, Bellengé finished widowed and paralyzed for the rest of his life. He died December 13, 1793 in Rouen.
- Hermann Edition, p. 241
- Théodore-Éloi Lebreton, Biography rouennaise, Rouen, Le Brument, 1865, p. 25.
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