Godefroy Durand

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Children's Christmas Dinner at Sea (1889)

Godefroy Durand (1832, Düsseldorf – 1896, Paris)[1] was a German-born French draughtsman. He worked for L'Univers Illustré in Paris and The Graphic in London, he exhibited a watercolour Siege of Paris, 1871 Montmartre during the sortie of January 19th at the Royal Society of British Artists in London in 1873.


  1. ^ Laurie Durand (16 March 2018) Biographical note accompanying Godefroy Durand's Contempt of Court at the National Portrait Gallery website
  • Rodney K. Engen, Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers (1985), p. 78.
  • William Whitla, Victorian Literature: An Anthology (2014), p. 147.

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