Born on 18 Sep 1879 in La Roque (Bayon sur Gironde) died in Algiers on 26 Nov 1958. He was a French painter with Algerian and Spanish origins (descendant of the famous painter Francisco de Goya). He studied art at the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux and National School of Fine Arts in Paris. Student of Fenand Corman, Albert Maignan, Suzanne Valadon and Maurice Denis. He won his first art price in 1910 (Lefevre Glaice Maguellone prize) and later in 1911 (prize of the Salon of the French Artists).
Marius de Buzon visited Macedonia in 1914, as mobilized French soldier. He produced several watercolors and drawings from the Macedonia front. After that he moved to Algiria (Kabylia). Until the end of his career, he will be mesmerized by the Algerian landscapes and exotic scenes. He will become one of the founders of the co-called School of Algiers, and later he will be teacher at the Art Academy in Algiers in the 1930s. During his career, he won many art prices. Море information about him can be found on the Wikipedia internet page: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marius_de_Buzon
One example of his Macedonian works is the painting titled “Paysage en Macédoine 1923”
sold by auction house Maison R&C, Marseille, France on 20 March 2018 (object number 62)