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Émile Bayard

Émile-Antoine Bayard (2 November 1837 – 6 December 1891) was a French illustrator born in La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, Seine-et-Marne. A student of Léon Cogniet, he is best known by many for his illustration of Cosette from Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. He died in Cairo.

Émile Bayard
Bayard, December 1891
Born
Émile-Antoine Bayard

(1837-11-02)2 November 1837
Died6 December 1891(1891-12-06) (aged 54)
Cairo, Egypt
NationalityFrench
Other namesAbel De Miray
OccupationIllustrator
Years active1853–1891
Known forIllustration of Cosette from Les Misérables by Victor Hugo

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Starting in 1853, Bayard was a student of Cogniet for five years, publishing his first cartoons at the age of fifteen, often using the anagrammatic pseudonym, Abel De Miray.

Between 1857 and 1864, he worked in the mediums of charcoal drawings, paintings, watercolors, woodcuts, engravings, and lithographs. In 1864, he began to work primarily for magazines, and illustrated current events such as the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71.

At the end of the 19th century, with a growing interest in photography displacing documentary drawing, Bayard moved to illustrating novels, including Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe, L'Immortel by Alphonse Daudet, "Robinson Crusoé by Daniel De Foë, and From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne. His illustration of Cosette from Les Misérables was adapted for the logo from the Cameron Mackintosh musical.

While there had been art depicting spaceflight and alien worlds prior to 1865, they were based heavily on mysticism as opposed to science. Bayard's artwork accompanying From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne is considered among the first Space art of a scientific nature.

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Émile Bayard
Emile Bayard Article Talk Language Watch Edit Emile Antoine Bayard 2 November 1837 6 December 1891 was a French illustrator born in La Ferte sous Jouarre Seine et Marne A student of Leon Cogniet he is best known by many for his illustration of Cosette from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo He died in Cairo 1 Emile BayardBayard December 1891BornEmile Antoine Bayard 1837 11 02 2 November 1837 La Ferte sous Jouarre Seine et Marne FranceDied6 December 1891 1891 12 06 aged 54 Cairo EgyptNationalityFrenchOther namesAbel De MirayOccupationIllustratorYears active1853 1891Known forIllustration of Cosette from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo Contents 1 Career 2 Space art 3 Gallery 4 References 5 External linksCareer EditStarting in 1853 Bayard was a student of Cogniet for five years publishing his first cartoons at the age of fifteen often using the anagrammatic pseudonym Abel De Miray 2 Between 1857 and 1864 he worked in the mediums of charcoal drawings paintings watercolors woodcuts engravings and lithographs In 1864 he began to work primarily for magazines and illustrated current events such as the Franco Prussian War of 1870 71 At the end of the 19th century with a growing interest in photography displacing documentary drawing Bayard moved to illustrating novels including Les Miserables by Victor Hugo Uncle Tom s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe L Immortel by Alphonse Daudet Robinson Crusoe by Daniel De Foe and From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne His illustration of Cosette from Les Miserables was adapted for the logo from the Cameron Mackintosh musical Space art EditWhile there had been art depicting spaceflight and alien worlds prior to 1865 they were based heavily on mysticism as opposed to science Bayard s artwork accompanying From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne is considered among the first Space art of a scientific nature 3 Gallery EditWorks by Emile Bayard Illustration of Cosette from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo This image was used on posters promoting the musical version of Les Miserables Illustration of Gavroche from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo Illustration of scene from As You Like It by William Shakespeare The Dance of the Witches Sabbath illustration from History of Magic by Jean Baptiste Pitois a k a Paul Christian Paris 1870 An illustration from Jules Verne s novel Around the Moon drawn by and Alphonse de Neuville September 16 1872 The Christening oil on canvas by Emile Bayard in 1863 Emile Antoine Bayard The Christening Persians in Bombay 1873 Young girls from Grand Bassam drawn by Emile Bayard from a photograph 1869Wikimedia Commons has media related to Emile Bayard References Edit ricochet jeunes org Retrieved 2007 03 12 emile antoine bayard com Retrieved 2007 03 12 dreamsofspace nfshost com Retrieved 2007 03 12 External links EditWorks by Emile Bayard at Project Gutenberg Works by or about Emile Bayard at Internet Archive Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Emile Bayard amp oldid 1016167464, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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