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Cachoud, Francois, France 1866 to 1943 Oil Paintings
Francois Cachoud was born in Chambery, France, in 1866 and passed on in 1943. He was a scene painter known for his impressionist (more like the Barbizon School) hand and chiaroscuro impacts. His examinations began at the Benoit Molin School of Painting in Chambery at age 17.
His work portrays a more significant part of night scenes and some still life canvases and cozy representations. His depiction of light and dark tones, brilliance, and shadow put his work on the map; indeed, he won the Foundation Guy prize in 1889. At age 25, he began showing at the Salon of French artisans, got a surpassing measure of grants and fair notice.
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