PUJOL Casimir Paul
THE PONT DE LA CONCORDE, PARIS
Watercolour on paper: 39 x 50.5 cm / 15.3 x 19.9 ins
Signed and dated '1892' lower right; label of the Chicago Exhibition ("Le Pont de la Concorde", Nr. 1086) on the back
Painter of architecture, religious subjects and portraits; watercolourist and architect.
Casimir Paul Pujol was a pupil of François-Henri-Alexandre Lafond. He also studied under Jean André and Pierre Auguste Cot.
He frequently participated at the Paris Salon and in 1899 he was made Chevalier in the Légion d’Honneur.
He travelled to the United States and South America.
Toulouse 1848 - 1926
E. Bénézit, "Dictionary of Artists", Paris 2006, Vol. 11, p. 466.