Charles-Émile Jacque
(French, 1813 - 1894)

French Painter of the Barbizon School, engraver and printmaker.  He painted tranquil rural scenes in Burgundy and in the forest of Fontainbleau, where he came into contact with Millet and Rousseau between 1849 and 1865 of the Barbizon School.  He was most notably an artist in this tradition, concentrating on farmsteads and farm animals, especially sheep.

Contributors:   kohn1fox, rocsdad
Name:Charles-Émile Jacque
Dates:1813 - 1894
Nationality:French
Sex:Male
This artist has 79 artworks in the database. Add more!
Top owners of works by this artist
Private collection21 artworks
Brodick Castle - National Trust for Scotland(United Kingdom - Brodick)7 artworks
Philadelphia Museum of Art(United States - Philadelphia, PA)3 artworks
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute - Williamstown, MA(United States - Williamstown, MA)3 artworks
Musée d'Orsay(France - Paris)3 artworks
Paisley Museum and Art Galleries(United Kingdom - Paisley, Renfrewshire)2 artworks
Burrell Collection - Glasgow(United Kingdom - Glasgow)2 artworks
Sheffield City Art Galleries(England - Sheffield)2 artworks
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - Buenos Aires(Argentina - Buenos Aires)2 artworks
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts(Russian Federation - Moscow)1 artworks
Château de Pau(France - Pau)1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1894).

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