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JACQUES BEURDELEY (French / 1874-1954)

The painter and etcher Jacques Beurdeley studied under Fernand Cormon, to whose studio Toulouse-Lautrec was a frequent visitor. Beurdeley studied printmaking with Eugène Carrière and Auguste Delâtre. Jacques Beurdeley's father was a friend of both Puvis de Chavannes and Whistler, and the influence of Whistler can be seen in Beurdeley's work, along with that of Corot and Meryon.

See also:

EUGÈNE CARRIÈRE
PIERRE-CÉCILE PUVIS DE CHAVANNES
J. A. M. WHISTLER

Selected prints by JACQUES BEURDELEY

Petit lavoir à
Provins
(Wäscherinnen), 1904
Etching
Sur la Tamise, 1909
Etching
Un coin à Bruges, 1910
Etching

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