Felix Thorigny

Lisieux – The Artists – Thorigny, Felix

This page forms part of a series of pages dedicated to the many artists who worked in Lisieux. A full list of all the artists with a link to their works can be found at the bottom of this page.

Felix Thorigny
Felix Thorigny

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Felix Thorigny (1824, Caen – 1870, Paris) was a French master draughtsman, veduta painter and landscape painter.

He worked extensively in Paris and London.

Not much else is known about this artist.





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???? - Felix Thorigny - Inner Transept, Lisieux Cathedral
???? – Felix Thorigny – Inner Transept, Lisieux Cathedral

La Houblonniere

La Houblonniere is small village (population: 450) located very close to Lisieux on the West.

???? - Felix Thorigny - La Houblonniere near Lisieux, Calvados
???? – Felix Thorigny – La Houblonniere near Lisieux, Calvados

NOTE: The La Houblonniere is a very small village that lies very close to Lisieux.

Felix Thorigny painted mostly in Paris, but did manage to visit a few other places in France. Here are most of the cities/towns where he applied his arts (a link (“⇠”) to his works for each place will appear when published):

Lisieux was (and is) a town that saw a good number of artists working there. It’s an old but well preserved town. Here are some of the artists that have come to apply their art in the town (a link, symbolized by a ““, to the artist’s works will appear when published. A “*” indicates that the artist did not work directly in Lisieux but instead worked outside of Lisieux in a nearby town).

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