Charles Daubé (French, 1908-) was born in Paris, France in 1908. He studied at the École de Peinture in Paris (School of Painting) and from 1927-1932 he furthered his studies at the Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien (Academy of Fine Arts) in Vienna, Austria under Prof. Ferdinand Andri (Austrian, 1871-1956), Prof. Karl (Carl) Fahringer (Austrian, 1874-1952) and Rudolf Bacher (Austrian, 1862-1945).
Daubé traveled and exhibited extensively throughout France, Italy, Austria and Spain, and he also taught touring art classes. He is primarily known for his cityscape & street scenes, outdoor café or restaurant scenes, landscapes and ethnic market scenes, and his works often get confused with artworks by similarly-named artists, Gabriele (<i>née Schweitzer</i>) Daubé (German, 1901-1988) and Émile Daubé (French, 1885-1961).
(Rewritten & compiled by Mark Strong of Meibohm Fine Arts, Inc., meibohmfinearts.com, from sources: Our internal records.)