Angelina-Marie-Eugénie Drumaux ( Bouillon , January 23, 1881 – Florenville , 1959 ) was a Belgian still life painter . She was the daughter of Arthur Drumaux, teacher in the college of Bouillon and poet.

Drumaux was a student at the Liège Academy with Adrien De Witte . She painted floral still lifes, gardens, marines and landscapes in an impressionistic style that evolved into luminism . She used a lot of backlight effects. Many of her landscapes are situated in the Ardennes or the South of France.