Guillaume Seignac 1870 - 1924
Born in Rennes, France, Guillaume Seignac became a faithful adherent to the academic traditions. He received his training at the Academy Julian in Paris, where he spent the years 1889 through 1890 and 1894 through 1895. His teachers, staunch supporters of the Academic tradition, included Tony Robert-Fleury, a noted history and genre artist; Gabriel Ferrier, who had been awarded the Prix de Rome in 1872 and was noted as a talented artist who possessed much charm and sincerity; and William Adolph Bouguereau, a symbol of academic art in France, winner of the Prix de Rome and one of the most successful French painters. All had received the awards and hono
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