1829 - 1901
Henriette Browne was the pseudonym for Mme Jules de Saux, née Sophie Boutellier. Born in Paris, she studied under Perin and Chaplin, and exhibited at the Salon from 1853. She specialised in genre scenes, especially Near-Eastern and religious subjects. She also worked as an engraver.
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN