Jean-Baptiste-Jules Trayer ( - )

Born in Metz, he attended the Beaux-Arts in his native city, then went on to Paris to attend the Académie Suisse (Lequien's studio). From 1857 to 1884, he lived in Brittany, successively in the region of Quimperlé, Concarneau and Pont-Aven where he painted scenes of markets, pardons and popular festivals. He regularly sent his work to the Salon from 1847 to 1882.

Several museums have his works: Quimper, La Rochelle, Lille, Toulouse, Béziers, Carcassonne and finally the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

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