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DeJon was an entirely fictional — and ostensibly French — artist who was considered a "master" by Oscar Goldman, Pierre Lambert and others. At least one of his paintings was the target of a theft-by-forgery operation headed by Michael Beaumont.
It is unknown exactly when the artist was alive, though the fact that forgery was "massaged" to achieve the effect of "100 years of age" seems to imply that he was a mid-late 19th century artist. At least one of his paintings, and specifically the one Pierre Lambert was copying for Beaumont during the events of The DeJon Caper, was hanging at the Musée de Rousseau in Paris.