| Achille Michallon|
| October 22, 1796 (1796-10-22) Paris|
September 24, 1822, Paris, France
Beech Tree, Waterfall at Mont-Dore
Jacques-Louis David, Alexandre-Hyacinthe Dunouy, Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes
Achille Etna Michallon (1796–1822) was a French painter.
Michallon was the son of the sculptor Claude Michallon. He studied under Jacques-Louis David and Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes. In 1817, Michallon won the inaugural Prix de Rome for landscape painting. He travelled to Italy in 1818 and remained there for over two years. This trip had a profound influence on his work. Before he had much time to develop what he had learned however, he died at the age of 25 of pneumonia, a tragedy which cut short the life of a talented and well respected artist who could have gone on to win lasting fame. Though it is often disputed, it is thought that at one time, Corot was his pupil.
The Oak and the Reed (1816), Fitzwilliam Museum, based on the version of Aesop's fable by Jean de la Fontaine
Study of a Tree, (circa 1816), National Gallery, - National Gallery, London
Démocrite et les Abdéritains (1817), École des beaux-arts of Paris (Prix de Rome)
Paysage de Frascati (1817), musée du Louvre
La Mort de Roland à Roncevaux (1819), musée du Louvre
Homme drapé en rouge : habitant de Frascatti (?), musée du Louvre
La Femme foudroyée, musée du Louvre
Achille Etna Michallon Wikipedia