From Kook Science
|Born||9 September 1876|
Saint-Pierre-lez-Auchel, Pas-de-Calais, France
|Died||21 February 1954 (77)|
Burbure, Pas-de-Calais, France
Augustin Lesage (August 9, 1876 - February 21, 1954) was a French Spiritualist and painter who reported that his art was the product of mediumship. He notably only began painting at age thirty-five, and was known for his work on large canvas, using the space to produce highly elaborate and symmetrical designs; at the time of his death, he had produced over eight hundred known works.
- Fountain, Arnold (June 1929), "The Mystery of the Spirit Painters" (in English), Ghost Stories (Dunellen, NJ: Constructive Pub. Co.) 6 (6): 56, 85-86, https://archive.org/details/Ghost_Stories_v06n06_1929-06_Missing_ifc_The_Elves/page/n56/mode/1up
- Victor, Marie C. (1970) (in French), Augustin Lesage: Peintre-Médium, Paris: Jean-Louis Victor