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Charles Frédéric Chassériau

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Name  Charles Chasseriau


Baron Charles Frédéric Chassériau (1802 Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue - 1896 Vars-sur-Roseix, France) was a French architect, who served as chief architect of the cities of Marseille, Constantine and Algiers. He was the son of the Napoleonic general Victor Frédéric Chassériau and the father of three children, including the art collector Arthur Chassériau. His other relatives included the painter Théodore Chassériau, whose 1846 portrait of her wife Joséphine is now in the Art Institute of Chicago.

Drawings in museums

  • Triclinium découvert de la maison dite d'Actéon á Pompéi - Pen and black ink; watercolor, New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Projet d'établissement d'un marché aux fleurs et aux fruits, quai aux Fleurs, près le palais de Justice, adressé à monsieur le comte de Chabrol de Volvic, préfet du département de la Seine - Pen and black ink; watercolor (1828), Paris, Musée Carnavalet
  • Plans du Palais de justice d'Alger présentée à l'Empereur Napoléon III - Pen and black ink (1865), Algiers, National Museum of Fine Arts of Algiers
  • Pen and black ink; watercolor

  • Fragments des haut reliefs de l'arc de Triomphe de Marseilles - 3 dessins, Musée du Vieux Marseille
  • References

    Charles Frédéric Chassériau Wikipedia


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