(1926 - 1997)
Jacques Bouyssou was active/lived in France. Jacques Bouyssou is known for landscape, marine paintings.
He became enchanted at an early age with many of the artists who
exhibited their work in his father's gallery. This group,
including Friez, Dufy, Lagar, and Leprin were frequent guests in the
family home. Bouyssou studied architecture at the Beaux Arts de
Troyes, and drawing with the sculptor Janin. When he moved to
Paris to study at the Academie de la Grand Chaumiere in the studio of
D'Othon Friez, he discovered his love for painting. Bouyssou was
tutored by Friez, and quickly became a master of the beach and port
scenes of Normandy. His paintings remind the viewer of Marquet
with their luminosity, and of Utrillo, particularly his street
In 1950 he married. Life was difficult for ... Displaying 750 of 3445 characters.