Paul Eschbach ( - )

A pupil of J.P. Laurens in Paris, he became known very early for his genre scenes, but during a trip to Italy, attracted by painting in the open air, he began to compose pretty little seascapes, this was in 1919. Shortly afterwards he discovered Brittany and port life, and became President of the Union Artistique de Concarneau with Barnoin. An excellent colourist, he knew how to paint Brittany with the rigorous personality of a marine painter. He taught at the Julian Academy from 1912 to 1938. Gold medal in 1920. This painter is present in many museums.

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