Marie Dieterle ( 1856 - 1935)

Also known as Marie Van Marcke de Lumme, French artist born in Sevres. She debuted at the Salon of 1874.

In 1875 Marie married Charles Diéterle, an artist who came from a family of painters. His father, Jules Diéterle, worked with Marie’s father Émile at the porcelain factory and was also an established artist himself, concentrating on both decorative paintings and landscapes.

She also participated at the Expositions Universelles of 1889 and 1900, receiving bronze medals at both expositions. By the end of her career she had become a member of the Société des Artistes Français and was “hors concours” which meant that her works were automatically accepted to the Salon, without having to be submitted for approval by the jury.

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