An oil on canvas landscape by the sea in the evening in Sainte-Marguerite sur Mer dated 1897 by Jean Jacques ROUSSEAU
ROUSSEAU Jean Jacques
Born on October 10, 1861. Died in 1911.
19th-20th centuries. French.
Painter of figures, animals, landscapes, pastellist, engraver.
A student of Desportes, Lehmann, Roll and Ribot, he made his debut at the 1878 Salon. He was vice-president of the Colonial Society of French Artists.
Member of the French Artists as well as the National Society of Fine Arts.
He received a medal in 1889 and 1900 at the Universal Exhibition in Paris. Knight of the Legion of Honour in 1903.
He made decorations for the former Colonial Museum in Paris.
Museums : BERNE: Norman cow - TOULOUSE: The approach of the storm.
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