Émile Munier, 1840-1895, was a French academic artist and student of realism painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau. He painted artists' portraits for Bouguereau
, Vinel and Schreyer, in 1889, now in the New Orleans Museum of Art. During the 1890s Émile Munier continued to paint peasant, mythological and religious
subjects. In 1893 exhibited oil painting L'esprit de la chute d'eau, at the Paris Salon, a nude nymph
. Research on Munier's life and art is being conducted by Rehs Galleries in New York City. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.