Agne-Louis-Guillaume Lesourd-Beauregard French, 1800-1873


A most popular drawing master, Lesourd-Beauregard exhibited extensively at the Paris Salons, and was awarded a medal in 1842. He was a student of Gerard van Spaendonck, a renowned fruit and flower painter in France of the early 19th century. In 1840 Lesourd-Beauregard became Professor of Botanical Drawing at the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle, replacing well-known artist and teacher, Pierre-Joseph Redouté.


Paris Salon 1822-1869 (medal, 1842)

Strasbourg Salon 1854

Newhouse Galleries, NY 1972

Museums and Public Collections

Paris Musée d’Histoire Naturelle

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