Georges Louis Poilleux-Saint-Ange, The Escape, 01 Painting by Orientalist Artists, with footnotes, #61

Georges Louis Poilleux-Saint-Ange, French, 1855-1901
The Escape
Oil on canvas
53 3/4 x 40 1/8 inches (136.5 x 102 cm)
Private collection

George Louis Poilleux Saint-Ange was a French painter born June 20, 1853 in Paris and died in 1911 at the age of 58 years.
He was a member of the French School and student of Isidore Pils , being influenced by his style. Poilleux Sant’Angelo is oriented on military painting , the history of painting and some religious scenes. Some of these works are held by the Louvre 2 , and many others are currently owned by the state or museum 3 . Poileux Saint-Ange was present at the Salon of painting and sculpture from 1879 to 1901. More on George Louis Poilleux Saint-Ange

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