(1724 - 1806)
Jean-Jacques Bachelier was active/lived in France. Jean Jacques Bachelier is known for flower, animal and history painting.
Although primarily a flower and animal painter, Bachelier was admitted to the category of history painters in 1763. He was also active as an administrator: in 1752 he was made artistic director of the Manufacture de Vincennes, and he was Directeur of the Manufacture de Sèvres from1756 until 1793.
He opened the Ecole Royale Gratuite de Dessin in 1766, where manufacturers and craftsmen were taught design and draftsmanship. He also conducted research into encaustic painting and published works on art education.