1803 – 1859
Born in Macon, Pascal studied under Redoutē. He painted genre, landscapes and still life and is best known for his flower painring. He also designed flower plates published by Delaporte and Langlume.
He exhibited in the Paris Salon from 1843 until 1847 and again in 1853, his work is in many private collections and can also be seen in public collections in Cambridge and Paris.