1841 - 1925
Georges Jeannin was born in Paris in 1841. He was a pupil of Vincelet and went on to be a most prolific and popular flower painter. Jeannin exhibited widely and the French State bought many of his flower paintings. In conjunction with A. Cesbron he decorated the Salon de Passage in the Hôtel de Ville, Paris. He was also the chairman of the Societe de Peintres de Fleurs.
Exhibited: Paris Salon, Lyon Salon, Dijon Salon, Dorotheum, Vienna from 1869-1873 Museums: Beziers, Cambrai, Epinal, Mulhouse, Nancy, Petit Palais (Paris), Rochefort, Rouen, Valenciennes
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