Charles Wittmann (1876 - 1953) was a painter and printer based in Paris. The son of the painter and sculptor Ernest Wittmann, he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris starting in 1894, becoming a student of Eugène Carrière and Gustave Moureau. As a painter, Wittmann was primarily known for his lively depictions of Paris in the Belle Époque period. He appears to be the same Charles Wittmann who succeeded Charles Chardon as the head (chef de l'atelier) of the Chalcographie du Louvre in 1896, after having inherited Chardon's printshop in 1890 (perhaps with his father or an older brother).

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