Felix Buhot

French , 1847 - 1898

French painter, printmaker, writer and draughtsman Felix Buhot was born in Valognes, Normandy in 1847. In 1866, he moved to Paris where he attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, studying under Isidore-Alexandre-Augustin Pils. The following year, he enrolled in a drawing class taught by Horace Lecoq de Boisbaudran and in 1868 he studied with maritime painter, Jules Noel.

Buhot produced his first etching in 1873 using techniques taught to him by Louis Monzies and Adolphe Lalauze. Some of his prints were published in “L’Art” and Roger Lesclide’s “Paris a’ l’eau-forte”. Buhot also illustrated books, among them, “L’Ensorcelee” in 1897 and Alphonse Daudet’s “Lettres de Mon Moulin” in 1882.
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Frontispiece pour L'Illustration Nouvelle 1877: L'Enterrement du Burin

1877

Childs Gallery

Price upon request

Une Matinee d'hiver au Quai de L'Hotel Dieu

1876

Childs Gallery

Price upon request

L'Orage

1879

Armstrong Fine Art

Under $2,200

Femme assise sur un rocher.

c. 1874

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$2,200 - $5,500

Westminster Palace

1884

Harris Schrank Fine Prints

$5,500 - $12,000