Gustave Jacquet French, 1846-1909


Gustave Jacquet is most known for his portraiture and genre paintings. Jacquet studied under the great master Bouguereau, and during the early part of his career, his style reflected that of his teacher. He debuted at the Salon in 1865, exhibiting an allegorical painting. The majority of his works shown at the Salons were in small formats. His career at the Salon was quite successful, as he won a medal in 1868, and was awarded the Legion d' honneur in 1879. He was also successful at the 1878 Exposition.


Salon de 1865

L'Exposition de 1878

Museums and Public Collections

Art Institute of Chicago

Art Moderne, Paris

Brooklyn Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Musée de Blois

Musée de Chateau-Thierry

Musée de La Rochelle

Musée de Rouen

Sheffield Art Gallery

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