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Jacques OCHS (1883-1971) Oil on canvas "Still life"
Signed and dated lower right 1940
Size: 50 x 60cm
frame: 63 x 74 cm
Provenance: Emma Lambotte Collection
Jacques Ochs, born February 18, 1883 in Nice and died April 3, 1971 (aged 88) in Liège, was a painter, draftsman, portrait painter and Olympic fencing champion.
Jacques Ochs completes the Academy - 1903 - stays briefly in Tuscany, continues his training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris (1904-1906). Draftsman at the "Pourquoi Pas?", poster and portrait artist, collaborates with the Petit Parisien and the Belgian Nation.
Olympic gold medalist in fencing in Stockholm - 1912 - and world champion in epee in Barcelona - 1914.
In 1934, was appointed director of the Academy of Fine Arts and the Museum of Fine Arts (Liège).
Encyclopedia of the Walloon Movement, Charleroi, Destrée Institute, 2001, t. III, p. 1200-1201
New National Biography, Brussels, 1997, t. 4, p. 283-285
Jacques Ochs (1883-1971) graphic work, Jacques and Yvonne Ochs-Lefèvre Foundation, Catalog written by Bénédicte SCHIFFLERS, Brussels, 1997
Biographical index of the members, correspondents and associates of the Belgian Academy, 1769-1984, p. 198
Wallonia, the Country and the People, t. 3, p. 271
Jacques Ochs retrospective. Museum of Walloon Art. Liege 1975
Jacques OCHS, Breendonck, convicts and executioners (1947)
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