Lucien Delarue (b. 1925), born in Nantes, is a contemporary French Impressionist artist known for his oil and watercolor paintings of Parisian scenes, as well as cottages, harbors, and rivers. He was a student of Maitre Yves Brayer in the studios of Grande Chaumiere in Paris and took part in numerous exhibitions. He was awarded a gold medal at the Salon of Vincennes and a bronze medal at the Arts-Sciences-Lettres. His paintings were shown at the Museum of Ile de France in the Chateau of Sceaux, and the artist had additional exhibitions in New York and San Francisco. He also received the gold medal of the Salon of Clichy and municipalities of Paris and Clichy purchased his paintings.