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Auguste Étienne François Mayer

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Subject: Battle of Trafalgar, HMS Sandwich (1759), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, History of the British Isles, History of the United Kingdom
Collection: 1805 Births, 1890 Deaths, 19Th-Century French Painters, Marine Artists
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Auguste Étienne François Mayer

The French corvette La Recherche close to Bear Island, Svalbard, August 7, 1838

Auguste Étienne François Mayer (Brest, 1805 - Brest, 1890) was a French painter.

He was specialised in naval motives. He participated on several Arctic expeditions, thus reflected in his collection of artwork.

Mayer taught drawing at the École Navale.

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