Marie Lucas Robiquet

Marie Elisabeth Aimée Lucas-Robiquet (1858 – 1959) was a French Orientalist artist who enjoyed over forty years of artistic honour and success within the highly acclaimed Salon of the Société des Artistes Français. Since 2006, Art Historian Mary Healy ( from the Department of History at the University of Limerick, Ireland, has dedicated her research to Lucas-Robiquet. Healy’s work, which is based on primary documentation, examines the life narrative, artistic career and oeuvre of the artist. Healy is currently recording and creating a database of the works of Lucas-Robiquet.

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