Hippolyte Victor Valentin Sébron
Hippolyte Victor Valentin Sébron (1801-1879) was a French painter who traveled and worked throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. Born in the Seine-Maritime, Sébron is best known for his landscapes and dioramas, although other he painted other scenes as well. His work was regularly exhibited in Paris salons, at the London Royal Bazaar, and at the New York National Academy of Design.
In addition to his landscapes from across the world, Sébron worked closely with the inventor of the daguerreotype to create artworks that used lighting and painting techniques to create optical effects.
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Les Chutes du Niagara, Vue Generale; Niagara Falls, General View.
The most enticingly realistic depiction of Niagara Falls from the 19th century.Place/Date: New York / 1852$2,000 Add to cart
Les Chutes du Niagara. Fer a Cheval / Niagara Falls. The Horseshoe.
Sébron’s scarce and highly dramatic view of the Horseshoe Arch of Niagara Falls.Place/Date: New York / 1852$2,000 Add to cart