Marcel JacqueRandy Jones
Pretty sure from what I've seen on internet that we are all holding works by Marcel Jacque. He signed "M. Jacque" and penned in descriptions under art. Bad news. They are only worth about $50 each. He sold most of his art in 1950's.
M. JacquesRandy Jones
I also have two scenes of Barbizon street 1880 with "original" signed by M. Jacques. Looks like some ink and watercolor on rough paper. Also has descriptions on them "the Millet house in 1880" and the other lists "Millet , Diaz ,C. Jacque house"
M/ Jacquesharriette d
I too have two scenes by M. Jacques- of Barbizon- 1880. Have you found out anything about him?
I am writing the exhibition record for Wisconsin Painters & Sculptors & seek the following exhibition catalogues:1903,1904,1905,
M. Jacques ?E. Saari
I have had a painting/drawing for years that I could never find any information on. It is a night time street scene in paris, the title being "Paris - Le Sacre Coeur, a Montmartre" and is signed what looks to me like "M. Jacque". The title and signature appear to be written in pen across the bottom of the picture. It does appear to be done in ink and maybe watercolors &/or pastels. It is on stiff paper, was not framed, seems almost like a casual drawing taken out of a notebook. This is the first site I have found that seems to have any relevance to what I have, I would appreciate any information you could give me. Thank you
sounds identical to 3 etchings(I think) I bought in 91 in Idaho. All say 'original' in lower right Similar sizes of French village(Barbizon?) scenes. Cannot see date on these. Trying to research artist.