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 (mary.healy@ul.ie) 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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