Alexandre Vibert

(1822 - 1905)

BIOGRAPHY

Alexandre Vibert was a pupil of Alexandre-Victor Lequien (1822-1905), Emmanuel Fremiet and Eugène Robert (1831-1912).

In July 1871 he married Maria Angèle Maissa (widow of Orengo) in Paris and took over the cardboard business from his wife from 1871 to 1882. He exhibited at the Salon from 1883 to 1907 and obtained an honorable mention in 1893. His works are primarily in the Art Nouveau style and usually signed "A. Vibert".

He took his own life on 25th February 1909 at his home in Jouars-Pontchartrain 6,7 and the contents of his home were sold on March 31 at the Hotel Drouot.
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