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Jean Béraud    (French, 1849-1936)




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Biography
1849 Born in St Petersburg
1873 First exhibition at the Paris Salon. Shows his work publicly until 1929
1889 Awarded with a gold medal from the Society of French Artists
1889 Awarded with a gold medal at the Universal Exhibition
1910 - 1929 Exhibitions at Sociéte Nationale des Beaux Arts
Founding member and vice president of the Sociéte Nationale des Beaux Arts, where he exhibited between 1910 and 1929.
The work of Jean Béraud is represented in museums in Liège, Lille, Tours and Troyes, France
Son of a French Sculptor
Moved to Paris to complete his law studies at the Lycée Bonaparte
Studied at the studio of Léon Bonnat for two years, after his military service
Retrospective of his work, Musée Carnavalet
Founding member and vice president of the Sociéte Nationale des Beaux Arts
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