Madame Cavé (1806, 1809 or 1810, – 1883) was a French painter and drawing professor. Born Marie-Élisabeth Blavot and also known as Marie Monchablon in her youth (from her mother's name), she married the painter Clément Boulanger and then, after Boulanger's death, Edmond Cavé—whom she also outlived.

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  • Madame Cavé, née Marie-Élisabeth Blavot à Paris entre 1806 et 1810 et morte à Neuilly-sur-Seine en 1883, est une artiste peintre et enseignante de dessin française. Elle épousa son cousin le peintre Clément Boulanger, puis le directeur des arts Edmond Cavé, dont elle resta veuve. Connue pendant la Monarchie de Juillet comme Madame Cavé à cause des fonctions officielles de son mari, elle entretenait de bons rapports tant avec les néoclassiques admirateurs d'Ingres qu'avec les romantiques qui se reconnaissaient en Eugène Delacroix, dont elle était amie. Après son veuvage, elle enseigna le dessin aux jeunes filles et publia sous le second Empire deux plaquettes didactiques sur le dessin et la couleur, et, plus tard, des réflexions sur la conduite et la place des femmes dans la société. (fr)
  • Madame Cavé (1806, 1809 or 1810, – 1883) was a French painter and drawing professor. Born Marie-Élisabeth Blavot and also known as Marie Monchablon in her youth (from her mother's name), she married the painter Clément Boulanger and then, after Boulanger's death, Edmond Cavé—whom she also outlived. Known as Madame Cavé during the July Monarchy due to her husband's official duties, she was equally friendly with Neoclassicist admirers of Ingres and with Romantic painters such as Delacroix, with whom she was friends. After she was widowed, she taught drawing to young women and published two teaching pamphlets on drawing and colour during the Second French Empire. She later also published reflections on women's conduct and place in society. (en)
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  • Marie-Élisabeth Blavot (en)
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  • Marie-Élisabeth Blavot (en)
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  • Cavé c. 1831–1834 by Ingres (en)
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  • By Clément Boulanger and Camille Roqueplan (en)
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  • Madame Cavé (en)
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  • Madame Cavé, née Marie-Élisabeth Blavot à Paris entre 1806 et 1810 et morte à Neuilly-sur-Seine en 1883, est une artiste peintre et enseignante de dessin française. Elle épousa son cousin le peintre Clément Boulanger, puis le directeur des arts Edmond Cavé, dont elle resta veuve. (fr)
  • Madame Cavé (1806, 1809 or 1810, – 1883) was a French painter and drawing professor. Born Marie-Élisabeth Blavot and also known as Marie Monchablon in her youth (from her mother's name), she married the painter Clément Boulanger and then, after Boulanger's death, Edmond Cavé—whom she also outlived. (en)
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  • Madame Cavé (en)
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  • Madame Cavé (en)
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