Jacques-Émile Blanche, né à Paris 16e le 31 janvier 1861 et mort à Offranville (Seine-Maritime) le 30 septembre 1942, est un peintre, graveur et écrivain français.↑ Archives de Paris, acte de naissance n° 16e/76/1861

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  • Jacques-Émile Blanche, né à Paris 16e le 31 janvier 1861 et mort à Offranville (Seine-Maritime) le 30 septembre 1942, est un peintre, graveur et écrivain français.
  • Jacques Émile Blanche (Paris, 1 de fevereiro de 1861 - Offranville, 30 de setembro de 1942) foi um pintor francês reconhecido por ser dono de um estilo bem refinado, elegante e muito próprio.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (1 Şubat 1861 – 30 Eylül 1942), Paris doğumlu Fransız ressam.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (* 1. Februar 1861 in Paris; † 30. September 1942 in Offranville, Haute-Normandie) war ein französischer Maler.
  • Жак-Эмиль Бланш (фр. Jacques-Émile Blanche; 1 февраля 1861, Париж — 30 сентября 1942, Офранвиль, Франция) — французский художник и писатель.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (French: [blɑ̃ʃ]; 1 January 1861 – 20 September 1942) was a French artist born in Paris. Blanche's father was a successful psychiatrist who ran a fashionable clinic, and he was brought up in the rich Parisian neighborhood of Passy in a house that had belonged to the Princesse de Lamballe.Although Blanche received some instruction in painting from Henri Gervex, he may be regarded as self-taught. He became a very successful portrait painter, with a style derived from 18th-century English painters such as Thomas Gainsborough as well as Édouard Manet and John Singer Sargent. He worked in London, where he spent time from 1870 on, as well as Paris, where he exhibited at the Salon and the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts. One of his closest friends was Marcel Proust, who helped edit several of Blanche's publications. He also knew Henry James and is mentioned in Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. In 1902 Jacques-Émile Blanche took over the direction of the Académie de La Palette, where he would remain director until 1911.Among the painter's most famous works are portraits of his father, Marcel Proust (private collection, Paris), the poet Pierre Louÿs, the Thaulow family (Musée d'Orsay, Paris), Aubrey Beardsley (National Portrait Gallery, London), and Yvette Guilbert and the infamous beauty Virginia Oldoini, Countess of Castiglione whom his father had treated for mental illness.He was the author of the unreliable Portraits of a Lifetime: the late Victorian era: the Edwardian pageant: 1870–1914 (London: J.M. Dent, 1937) and More Portraits of a Lifetime, 1918–1938 (London: J.M. Dent, 1939), about which Walter Sickert said "he is liable to twist things he hears or doesn't into monstrous fibs".
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (Parigi, 1861 – 1942) è stato un pittore e scrittore francese, famoso soprattutto come ritrattista.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (Parijs, 31 januari 1861 - Offranville, Haute-Normandie, 30 september 1942) was een Frans kunstschilder, vooral bekend als portrettist. Hij was bevriend met Marcel Proust.
  • Jacques Émile Blanche (París, 1 de febrero de 1861-Offranville, Alta Normandía, 30 de septiembre de 1942) fue un pintor francés.Disfrutó de una excelente educación cosmopolita, creciendo en Passy en una casa que en el pasado perteneció a la princesa de Lamballe, que aún conservaba la atmósfera del refinamiento y la elegancia del siglo XVIII e influyó en su gusto y obra. Aunque recibió alguna formación pictórica de Henri Gervex, puede ser considerado autodidacta. Adquirió gran reputación como pintor de retratos; su arte deriva de fuentes inglesas y francesas, es refinado, a veces superelegante, pero lleno de carácter. Entre sus obras principales están los retratos de su padre, de Marcel Proust, del poeta Pierre Louÿs la familia Thaulow, Aubrey Beardsley e Yvette Guilbert.
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  • Jacques-Émile Blanche, né à Paris 16e le 31 janvier 1861 et mort à Offranville (Seine-Maritime) le 30 septembre 1942, est un peintre, graveur et écrivain français.↑ Archives de Paris, acte de naissance n° 16e/76/1861
  • Jacques Émile Blanche (Paris, 1 de fevereiro de 1861 - Offranville, 30 de setembro de 1942) foi um pintor francês reconhecido por ser dono de um estilo bem refinado, elegante e muito próprio.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (1 Şubat 1861 – 30 Eylül 1942), Paris doğumlu Fransız ressam.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (* 1. Februar 1861 in Paris; † 30. September 1942 in Offranville, Haute-Normandie) war ein französischer Maler.
  • Жак-Эмиль Бланш (фр. Jacques-Émile Blanche; 1 февраля 1861, Париж — 30 сентября 1942, Офранвиль, Франция) — французский художник и писатель.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (Parigi, 1861 – 1942) è stato un pittore e scrittore francese, famoso soprattutto come ritrattista.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (Parijs, 31 januari 1861 - Offranville, Haute-Normandie, 30 september 1942) was een Frans kunstschilder, vooral bekend als portrettist. Hij was bevriend met Marcel Proust.
  • Jacques Émile Blanche (París, 1 de febrero de 1861-Offranville, Alta Normandía, 30 de septiembre de 1942) fue un pintor francés.Disfrutó de una excelente educación cosmopolita, creciendo en Passy en una casa que en el pasado perteneció a la princesa de Lamballe, que aún conservaba la atmósfera del refinamiento y la elegancia del siglo XVIII e influyó en su gusto y obra. Aunque recibió alguna formación pictórica de Henri Gervex, puede ser considerado autodidacta.
  • Jacques-Émile Blanche (French: [blɑ̃ʃ]; 1 January 1861 – 20 September 1942) was a French artist born in Paris. Blanche's father was a successful psychiatrist who ran a fashionable clinic, and he was brought up in the rich Parisian neighborhood of Passy in a house that had belonged to the Princesse de Lamballe.Although Blanche received some instruction in painting from Henri Gervex, he may be regarded as self-taught.
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