Louis Marie de Schryver was born on 12 October 1862, in Paris, France. He was the son of Mme et M. Schryver. From ca 1874, Louis Marie de Schryver studied with Gabriel-Joseph-Marie-Augustin Ferrier (1847-1914). He débuted at the Salon of 1876, with two canvases of flowers, Marguerites et Chrysanthèmes and Violettes et Fleurs Printanières. In 1879, he won a bronze medal at the World's Fair of Sydney for his painting, Lilas. In 1886, he obtained an honorable mention in the Society of the Salon. In 1889, he had another at Universal Exposition. By 1891, Louis Marie de Schryver had entered the atelier of Gabriel Ferrier (1847-1914). In 1891, he earned an award for his painting, La Fin d'une Rêve at the Paris Salon. In 1893, he was named honorary member of the Society of Arts of Montréal, in Canada. In 1896, Louis Marie de Schryver became a member of the Society of the Salon. In 1900, he received a monetary award at the Universal Exposition. Until 1900, he maintained a studio on the Rue Pergolèse, in Paris. In 1900, he received a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle. In 1901, he exhibited Lesbiennes at the Salon. Due to the scandal it arose, it had to be removed from the show. During the early 1900s, he became interested in automobile races and began to capture images from race tracks on canvas. By 1910, he returned to the Paris scenes. Between 1919 and 1925, he traveled to the Rhineland. After 1925, he showed also at the Salon of the Independents. Louis Marie de Schryver died on 6 December 1942, in Paris, France.