Japanese-born artist. As soon as he completed his primary education, Tanaka left home and emigrated to Seattle in 1904
Decided that he would be a painter at the age of fifteen. After some initial reservation, his family were favourable.
Born in New-York in 1891. Shortly before 1904 his family moved to France and settled in Mulhouse from 1904 to 1910
A spanish painter of the New School of Paris.
Mainly known as a landscape painter. He lived in Paris and studied at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1873
Born in Nice and spent most of his life in France. He painted outdoors and had Courbet as a referent.
Entered the Académie Julian in 1906. A painter, draughtsman and lithographer, he was born in Bagnolet, near Paris, and was also graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts.
Grandson of animal painter Charles Jacque. He was mainly known for his landscapes and still-lives.
Taught by Fernand Cormon, Paul-Emile Boutigny and Albert-François Larteau.
Born in Bordeaux where he died too. He studied in various academies (Paris, Florence) and worked as a teacher at the admiralty of Bizerte and then in Bordeaux.