ACHILLE JACQUET (French / 1846-1908)

The engraver and etcher Achille Jacquet was accorded "the first place among several engravers of the first rank" in the 1911 Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Achille Jacquet was born in Courbevoie (Hauts-de-Seine). He studied at the Beaux-Arts under Henriquel-Dupont, Pils, and Laemlin, winning the Grand Prix de Rome in 1870. Jacquet regularly exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, winning medals in 1877, 1881, and 1884. Jacquet engraved many original portraits as well as interpretative engravings of the paintings of others. We have engravings by Achille Jacquet after Bonnat, Fouquet, Michelangelo, Reynolds, Santerre, Sodoma, and Veronese; to view thse, pleae enter Jacquet into Simple Search. Achille Jacquet's older brother Jules Jacquet was also an etcher and engraver.

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Selected prints by ACHILLE JACQUET

Camille Saint-Saens, 1898
Portrait de M.
Janssen, 1903

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