Lucien Delarue (b. 1925) is a French artist best known for his watercolour and oil paintings of rooftops and street scenes. He studied at the studios of Grande Chaumiere, Paris, where he was a pupil of Maitre Yves Brayer. His cityscapes have gained him prizes, including gold medals at the Salon of Vincennes and the Salon of Clichy, a silver medal at the Salon des Artistes Français and a bronze medal at the prestigious Arts-Sciences-Lettres exhibition. Having fallen ill, Delarue stopped painting in 1998.