Auguste Levêque (1866 in Nivelles, Walloon Brabant – 1921 in Saint-Josse-ten-Noode) is a Belgian painter influenced both by realism and symbolism. Levêque was also a sculptor, poet and art theoretician.He studied under Jean-François Portaels at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, and received the Prix Godecharle for his painting Job in 1890.Levêque was a member of the "Salon d'Art Idéaliste", formed by Jean Delville in Brussels in 1896, which is considered the Belgian equivalent to the Parisian Rose & Cross Salon. Other members of the group were Léon Frédéric, Albert Ciamberlani, Constant Montald, Emile Motte, Victor Rousseau, Armand Point and Alexandre Séon. The Salon was abandoned in 1898.

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