Marie BRACQUEMOND

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FrenchBorn Marie QUIVORON

French Impressionist artist

Born on December 01, 1840 in Morlaix , France

Died on January 17, 1916 in Sèvres , France

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She was born Marie Quivoron in Argenton-en-Landunvez, near Quimper, Brittany. Her background contrasts sharply with the cultured, prosperous, stable milieu of the other female Impressionists - Cassatt, Morisot, Gonzalès. She was the child of an unhappy arranged marriage. Her father, a sea captain, died shortly after her birth. Her mother quickly remarried to a M. Pasquiou, and thereafter they led an unsettled existence, moving from Brittany to the Jura, to Switzerland, and to the Auvergne, before settling in Étampes, south of Paris. She had one sister, Louise, born while her family lived at Corrèze, near Ussel, in the Auvergne, in the ancient abbey of Bonnes-Aigues.



© Copyright Wikipédia authors - This article is under licence CC BY-SA 3.0 ...   She was born Marie Quivoron in Argenton-en-Landunvez, near Quimper, Brittany. Her background contrasts sharply with the cultured, prosperous, stable milieu of the other female Impressionists - Cassatt, Morisot, Gonzalès. She was the child of an unhappy arranged marriage. Her father, a sea captain, died shortly after her birth. Her mother quickly remarried to a M. Pasquiou, and thereafter they led an unsettled existence, moving from Brittany to the Jura, to Switzerland, and to the Auvergne, before settling in Étampes, south of Paris. She had one sister, Louise, born while her family lived at Corrèze, near Ussel, in the Auvergne, in the ancient abbey of Bonnes-Aigues.



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