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Pierre Gaston Rigaud

Pierre Gaston Rigaud was born in Bordeaux, France on April 4, 1874 and died in 1949. He was mainly known for his marine scenes, landscapes and church interiors. He studied with d'Albert Maignan and with Bonnat. Rigaud became a member of the society des Artistes Francais in 1906. He dedicated his entire life to achieving and developing his unique style. He and Henri de Toulause-Latrec shared a studio in Paris to help each other through difficult times. He was considered a purist, so most of his very important impressionistic paintings remained with the family and a few small French museums.