Vincent Vidal (20 January 1811 in Carcassonne – 1887 in Paris) was a French painter, pastellist, and watercolourist. He entered the École des Beaux-Arts in 1837 and studied under Paul Delaroche. From 1843–87, he exhibited regularly at the Salon, where he was awarded a third-class medal in 1844 and a second-class medal in 1849.
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