Charles Fouqueray

Charles Dominique Fouqueray (Le Mans, 23 April 1869 – 28 March 1956) was a French painter.[1] He studied at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris under Alexandre Cabanel and Fernand Cormon. From 1908 he was Peintre de la Marine, following the career of his father, a naval officer. He was recipient of the 1909 Prix Rosa Bonheur, then in 1914 the first Prix de l'Indochine.


  1. Nadine André-Pallois, Les Peintres français et indochinois, 1997, p. 108. La première chose que l'on remarque lorsque l'on étudie les travaux de Charles Fouqueray, c'est la place qu'il donne à ses personnages

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