Oil on canvas (original), signed and dated 1907 lower right. Flower painter.
Ecole lyonnaise, student of Jules Ferdinand Médard.
Very beautiful original golden frame.
Out of frame: High. 73 X Long. 114 cm
With frame: Height. 109 x L.: 153 cm
Marthe Élisabeth Barbaud-Koch is a flower painter from the Lyonnaise School, born in Lyon in 1862, died in Toulon after 1928.
Marthe Élisabeth Barbaud-Koch was born Marie Élisabeth Marthe Koch on December 22, 1862 in Lyon (3rd arrondissement) 1.
Her paternal grandfather is Sébastien Koch, a merchant clerk at La Guillotière, married to Maria Gloniwska, born in Auxerre.
The painter's father is Jean-François Koch, merchant at La Guillotière born on February 07, 1837 and his mother Marie-Gabrielle Bély, born in Lyon on May 12, 1832.
She studied with Sophie Olivier, landscape and portrait painter, Loubet , Bourguereau and Élie Laurent, painter of landscapes and religious settings.
But it was with Jules Ferdinand Médard (1855-1925) that she learned the techniques of painting flowers.
She was probably located on the quai Saint Antoine where she met Thérèse Guérin.
In 1884, she married Armand-Pierre-Émile Barbaud.
Their marriage was canceled by judgment on August 11, 1902.
She began her career in Paris a few years before returning to Lyon for a long time.
She ends her life in Toulon.
In 1901, the city of Lyon bought him a painting: Chrysanthemum.
Marthe Élisabeth Barbaud-Koch died after 1928 in Toulon.