Gustave Jean JACQUET (1846-1909) ✿

Gustave Jacquet (Paris, 1846-Paris, 1909) was a French painter. Gustave Jean Jacquet is known as the painter of female portraits and, much less, of historical scenes. He was a pupil of William Bouguereau, and made his debut at the "Salon" of 1865 where he exhibited 'The Reverie' which was very much in his master's style.
He received a third class medal in 1868 with his painting 'Army Outing in the 16th Century'. In 1875 Jacquet won a first class medal and he was decorated with the Legion d'Honneur in 1879. Jacquet died in Paris in 1909.

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