Anatole Henri de Beaulieu


Anatole Henri de Beaulieu (1819 - 1884) is a French orientalist painter. Considered one of the best students of Eugène Delacroix, he made his debut at the Paris Salon of 1844 with a scene inspired by the Inquisition. Later, he painted pictures from Italy and the East. His works, imbued with a certain melancholic poetry, show great liveliness in the presentation.

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