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ETIENNE BOUCHAUD (French / 1898-1989)

The painter and etcher Étienne Bouchaud was born in Nantes, and died in Paris at the age of 101. His brothers Jean, Michel, and Pierre Bouchaud were all also artists. Étienne Bouchaud studied at the Académie Julian and the Académie Ranson, where his teachers were Maurice Denis and Othon Friesz. Bouchaud also spent a period at the Villa Abd-el-Tif in Algiers, and subsequently travelled each year to Algeria or Morocco. Étienne Bouchaud was closely associated with Eugène Corneau, and also Henri Matisse, with whom he painted at La Goulette in 1926. As an etcher, Étienne Bouchaud was active in the Association des Peintres Graveurs Français. As a painter, he exhibited at the Salon d'Automne, the Salon des Indépendants, and in the Galerie Katia Granoff.

See also:

LOUIS-ROBERT ANTRAL
EUGÈNE CORNEAU
ANDRÉ DIGNIMONT
FRANS DE GEETERE
ALMÉRY LOBEL-RICHE
MARIETTE LYDIS
HENRI MATISSE
LUC-ALBERT MOREAU
MARCEL VERTÈS

Selected prints by ETIENNE BOUCHAUD

The drummer, 1946
Etching
Looking out of the
window, 1946
Etching
Child with a doll, 1946
Etching

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