Jean-Charles-Joseph Rémond (born in Paris in 1795 and died in Paris in 1875) was a French painter, pupil of Jean-Victor Bertin and Jean-Baptiste Regnault. He won the Prix de Rome award in 1821.
Rémond, who devoted himself to landscape history, ceased to exhibit in 1848.

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