|Charles-Édouard de Beaumont (1821–1888)|
French aquarellist, lithographer and illustrator
|Date of birth/death||12 January 1888|
|Location of birth/death||Lannion||Paris|
English: Charles Édouard de Beaumont lived as a hermit, his only noted friend being Alexandre Dumas, who bequeathed him enough money to maintain a standard of living.Founder of the Societe d'Aquarellistes Francais in 1879, when he exhibited five watercolours.
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