Charles Clement Calderon


French academic painter Charles Clement Calderon (1870 – 1906) was the assistant of Alexander Cabanel. Calderon became a regular participant of the Salon exhibitions. His paintings on Venice in L'Exposition Colonial were highly praised, just before his early death in 1906. The artist who travels frequently visited Southern European countries and cities, especially Venice. It is known that a great number of patterns were worked on these trips, but few of them have survived to the present day.

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