Introduction
Jean-Charles Langlois, known as The Colonel (22 July 1789 – 1870) was a French soldier and painter.
Wikidata
Q3164668
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Introduction
Langlois was a colonel in the French army who was charged with painting and photographing scenes from the Crimean War from 1855 to 1856. Langlois worked with Léon Méhédin and Freidrich von Martens to produce a presentation album for the French Emperor. It was Martens who printed all of Langlois negatives. Comment on works: Battles; Portraits; Panoramas
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Writer, Officer, Painter, Photographer
Names
Charles Langlois, Jean-Charles Langlois, Jean Charles Langlois, Colonel Jean-Charles Langlois, Colonel Langlois, Col. Charles Langlois, Langlois, dit le Colonel Langlois
Ulan
500032275
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