|Artist||Alfred Louis Brunet-Debaines|
|Published||[London: Seeley, Jackson and Halliday, c. 1880]|
|Dimensions||Image 145 x 210 mm|
From Oxford: brief historical and descriptive notes by Andrew Lang (1885).
Alfred Louis Brunet-Debaines (1845-1939) was a French painter, draughtsman and printmaker (original and reproductive). Born in Le Havre, Brunet-Debaines began his studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, in 1863. At this time he learned etching techniques under such masters as Maxime Lalanne and Jules Jacquemart. Brunet-Debaines exhibited his first etchings at the Paris Salon in 1866. A member of the Société des Aquafortistes, he worked mostly in England and Scotland between 1872-86 before moving to Hyères in 1886. He was awarded the Gold medal at the Paris World Exhibition of 1889.