Frédéric Marius de Buzon (1879-1958)

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Hanging today in museums in Algiers, Oran, Bayonne, Bordeaux, Rodez, Pau, Constantine, in the Musée des années 30 in Boulogne-Billancourt and in the Musée de la Légion d’honneur in Paris, Frédéric Marius de Buzon was one of these award-winning second masters. To get to the heart of the matter, the Lefèvre Glaize Prize in 1910, a medal at the Salon des artistes français in 1911, the gold medal at the same salon in 1922, the Rosa Bonheur Prize in 1923, and the silver medal at the International Exhibition in 1937. But it was the Abd-el-Tif Prize, won in 1913, that changed his career and his life. Conquered by the light of the Mediterranean, he settled permanently in Algeria. He produced hundreds of paintings of landscapes and pastoral scenes.

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Works of Frédéric Marius de Buzon

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