Versailles, January 4th 1815 – December 13th 1877, Bougival

Jean Charles Emile Lambinet was a student of Antoine Felix Boisselier (1790-1857), then Horace Vernet (1789-1863) and finally Camille Corot (1796-1875).
Most of his life, Jean Charles Emile Lambinet was a resident of the Yvelines County (Southern Paris suburb), firstly in his native city of Versailles, then, from 1860, in Bougival.
For an unknown period of time, he was part of the Ecouen Colony.
Jean Charles Emile Lambinet was doing landscape paintings with a sweet taste and shiny lights. He exhibited at the Salon de Paris from 1833 to 1877, being awarded a third class medal in 1843 and a second class one in 1853.
He received the “Légion d’Honneur” medal in 1867.

Landscape at Écouen

For further information, please read the book “L’Ecole d’Ecouen, une colonie de peintres au XIXe siècle” (bilingual French-English).