Albert Lynch | Peruvian Painter | 1851-1912


Albert Lynch was Peruvian Painter who was born in 1851, he later got settled in Paris where he studied I,Ecole Des Beaux-Arts. He has worked and learned under many renowned painters such as Henri Lehmann, Gabrriel Ferrier and Achille Noel.  He loved to work with pastel colours, watercolours and Gouache and sometimes worked with oil colours too, but that was occasionally.  He loved to draw human figures and faces especially that of a woman; female figures were his all time favourite subject. All of his art works were very adored and had a sense of emotions and versatility. He showed and exhibited his artworks at many different places such as the salon of French artists in 1890 and 1892, which he won and he also received a gold medal at the World Fair of 1900. He illustrated many books such as Le Père Goriot by Honoré de Balzac and La Parisienne by Henry Becque, of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas.
Albert died in 1912 and left behind many of his beautiful art works, some of them are shown here:





















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