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Layraud, Joseph Fortuné Séraphin French , 19th – 20th century , male . Born 15 October 1834 , in La Roche-sur-le-Buis ; died 1912 , in Valenciennes . Painter . History painting, religious subjects, mythological subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes . Joseph Fortuné Séraphin LAYRAUD: signature or monogram Joseph Layraud studied under Henri Loubon, Léon Cogniet and Tony Robert-Fleury. He was awarded the Grand Prix de Rome in 1863. He taught at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes. After his stay in Rome, he did some history paintings and many portraits

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Chaine, Jules French , 19th century , male . Born in Paris . Sculptor . He was a pupil of Layraud and Halon. He made his Salon début in 1877 with a bust in terracotta.

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Decrouez, Max Albert French , 20th century , male . Born 9 March 1878 , in Vieux-Condé ; died 23 December 1943 , in Valenciennes . Painter . Figure compositions . A pupil of Léon Bonnat and Joseph Layraud, Decrouez exhibited in Paris at the Salon des Artistes Français from 1911 , receiving an honourable mention in 1937 . He taught at the École des Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes.

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Mereau, Victor Florent French , 20th century , male . Born 13 April 1892 , in Valenciennes ; died 28 September 1953 , in Perpignan . Painter . Mereau studied under Layraud in Valenciennes and François Cormon at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He taught at the Académies in Douai. He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris, where he received a mention in 1921 . Museum and Gallery Holdings Valenciennes

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Paris, Charles French , 20th century , male . Born 9 September 1877 , in Valenciennes ; died 29 February 1968 , in Valenciennes . Painter . Landscapes . Charles Paris was a student of Joseph Layraud at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes and worked mainly in the studio of Alphonse Chigot. He was advised by Le Sidaner. He drew his inspiration from the landscapes of the North. In Paris, he exhibited at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Museum and Gallery Holdings Valenciennes

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Finez, Grégoire Nicolas French , 20th century , male . Born 30 October 1884 , in St-Saulve-les-Valenciennes (Nord) ; died 1 June 1975 , in Menton . Painter . Genre scenes, landscapes . Grégoire Finez studied under Joseph Layraud in Valenciennes and, from 1908 , under Fernand Cormon in Paris. He qualified to teach drawing in Paris and regularly exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, of which he was an associate member. He won a third class medal in 1910 and a gold medal in 1940 , when he was declared hors concours. He made substantial donations of

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Sauvage, Alfred Léon French , 20th century , male . Born 22 February 1892 , in Condé-sur-Escaut (Nord) ; died 26 November 1974 , in Clichy-la-Garenne . Painter , designer . Alfred Léon Sauvage was a pupil of Joseph-Fortuné Layraud in Valenciennes and then of Fernand Cormon at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. He served in the army during World War I and took up his studies again after the war. In 1929 he founded a company that developed a wall covering that was used in many public and private commissions, including: the liner Normandie, the Museum of Oceanography

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Rufin, Maurice or Ruffin French , 20th century , male . Born 19 January 1880 , in Valenciennes ; died 4 September 1966 , in Valenciennes . Painter . Religious subjects, portraits, landscapes, still-lifes, flowers . Maurice Rufin studied initially with Joseph Layraud at the École d'Art, Valenciennes, and then went to the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. He left after disagreements with his teacher, Léon Bonnat, whom he considered was not open enough to new developments in painting. He also attended the Académie Julian and the classes of Alphonse Chigot and Le

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including the Hôtel des Invalides in Paris (now in Paris, Mus. Armée), the Grolier Club in New York and the Charitonenko Palace in Moscow (both in situ ). In 1903 he collaborated with Léon Bonnat, P.-A.-J. Dagnan-Bouveret, Gustave Colin, Léon Glaize, Charles Lapostolet, Joseph Layraud and Tony Robert-Fleury on the decoration of the Salon des Arts in the Hôtel de Ville in Paris, contributing Music , a panel painted in a Symbolist style. Flameng devoted himself almost exclusively to portrait painting in his later years, producing works with an 18th-century flavour

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s, seascapes, gardens, panoramas . Church decoration, wall decorations, posters, banknotes . Japonisme . Lucien Jonas was born in the industrial basin of the Nord region of France, where his father had founded an essential oils distillery. He began studying in Valenciennes under Layraud before going to Paris to study at the École des Beaux-Arts under the guidance of Albert Maignan, Léon Bonnat and Henri Harpignies. When his father died in 1902 , Jonas abandoned his studies and ran the family business until 1903 . In 1915 , he enlisted as a 'military painter attached