Aimé Ponson was a French 19th Century painter who was born in 1825 and died in 1885.
Ponson was the pupil of his brother Raphaël Ponson. From 1876 he exhibited at the Salon of French artists; in 1903 he obtained an honourable mention for The rat withdrawn from the world after La Fontaine. He also was exhibited in the provinces where he obtained numerous awards (Gold medal in Marseille, silver medal in Aix-en-Provence and Montpellier). From 1896 he taught decorative art for young girls at the Marseille School of Fine Arts.
Where some of his works are exhibited: