Jules-Alexandre Duval Le Camus, a French historical and scriptural painter, the son of Pierre Duval-le-Camus, was born in Paris in 1817. He studied under his father, to whose style his own has considerable affinity, and under Drolling and Delaroche. He died in 1878. Amongst his chief works are: Tobit and the Angel.Petits Dejeuners de Marly.Rousseau writing 'Héloïse.' 1846.The Bear-Hunters. 1853.Macbeth and the Witches. 1855.The Flight into Egypt. 1857.Jacques Clément. 1861. (Luxembourg Gallery.)St. Elizabeth of Hungary. 1863.Martyrdom of St. Laurence. 1867.