Jacques Emile Blanche
(1861 - 1942)
Jacques Emile Blanche was active/lived in France. Jacques Blanche is known for portrait, still life, landscape and beach scene painting, illustration.
Jacques-Émile Blanche was born in Paris in 1861. His own origins
were respectable and bourgeois; he was the son of an eminent
pathologist and enjoyed an excellent cosmopolitan education.
Blanche was brought up at Passy in a house once belonging to the
Princesse de Lamballe. The elegant atmosphere of the home
influenced his artistic taste due to its atmosphere of 18th century
Blanche studied with Gervex and Fernand Humbert as
well as spent time in studios of Manet and Degas. The quality of
his flat surfaces, the precious grays and silvery light effect causes
Jacques-Emile Blanche to be compared more with Manet, whom he admired,
than with the Impressionists, with whom he was compared in ter ... Displaying 750 of 2502 characters.