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MADOU Jean-Baptiste (b. 1796, Bruxelles, d. 1877, Bruxelles) Nationality : Belgian

Belgian painter and lithographer. He studied at the Brussels Academy of Fine Arts and was a pupil of Joseph Francois. While draughtsman to the topographical military division at Courtrai, he received a commission for lithographic work from a Brussels publisher. It was about 1820 that he began his artistic career. Between 1825 and 1827 he contributed to Les Vues pittoresques de la Belgique, to a Life of Napoleon, and to works on the costumes of the Netherlands, and later made a great reputation by his work in The Physiognomy of Society in Europe from 1400 to the Present Day (1836) and Life of the Painters of the Flemish and Dutch School (1842).

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