Gustave Jean Jacquet  (French, 1846-1909) 

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Gustave Jean Jacquet, La Belle en Bleu

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
La Belle en Bleu
Schiller & Bodo
Gustave Jean Jacquet, An Admiring Expression

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
An Admiring Expression
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Gustave Jean Jacquet, Distant Thoughts

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
Distant Thoughts
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Gustave Jean Jacquet, A Pensive Moment

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
A Pensive Moment
McColl Fine Art
Gustave Jean Jacquet, Portrait of a Lady

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
Portrait of a Lady
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
 
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Gustave Jean Jacquet, The Dauphine

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
The Dauphine
oil on board

 

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Gustave Jean Jacquet, Portrait of a lady

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
Portrait of a lady
oil on canvas

 

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Gustave Jean Jacquet, Reflective mood

 

Gustave Jean Jacquet
Reflective mood
oil on panel

 

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  Jacquet studied under Bouguereau, forsaking many other masters and the beginning of his career was very much in the manner of his teacher. Jacquet debuted at the Salon in 1865 with an allegory titled “The Day Dream”. However, the following year, Jacquet moved towards the type of genre scenes that would consecrate his reputation and so he began giving the Salons canvases of small dimensions in which he evoked, with conscientious concern of the tiniest detail, the elegant life of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries.
  In 1868 he won a Third Class medal and around the same time he devoted himself to portraits, amusing himself sometimes by clothing his models in the sparkling outfits of the 16th Century.