Jules Théophile Schuler foi um pintor, gravurista e ilustrador francês ligado fortemente a tradição alsaciana. Ele foi ligado com Théophile Gautier e o movimento Romantico. Como ilustrador ele trabalhou em diversos livros de Jules Verne, Victor Hugo, Erckmann-Chatrian, o que lhe deu bastante notoriedade. Como pintor ele privilegiou principalmente,os sujeitos alsacianos e temas místicos e misteriosos. Ele morreu no dia 26 de janeiro de 1878, e foi enterrado no Saint-Gall de Strasbourg .
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In 1886, Jules Breton was elected a member of the Institut de France on the death of Baudry. In 1889: made commander of the Legion of Honor, in 1899: foreign member of the Royal Academy of London. He also wrote several books, and was a recognized writer who published a volume of poems (Jeanne) and several editions of prose; among them Les Champs et la mer (1876), Nos peintres du siècle (1900), Delphine Bernard (1902), and La Peinture (1904). Breton died in Paris on 5 July 1906.
FBI art crimes chief 'ordered theft of Monet and Sisley paintings from French gallery'
Cliffs near Dieppe - Claude Monet, 1897 Jules-Chéret Fine Arts Museum, Nice France.The seized paintings were Monet’s Cliffs Near Dieppe, Alfred Sisley’s Lane of Poplars at Moret-sur-Loing” and Jan Brueghel the Elder’s “Allegory of Water” and “Allegory of Earth,” Both Monet and Sisley painting were previously stolen in 1998 from the same museum but were recovered a few days later on a boat in a nearby town. Sisley was stolen in 1978 and recovered several days later in a Marseille sewer.
Lane of Poplars at Moret-sur-Loing - Alfred Sisley, 1890, Jules-Chéret Fine Arts Museum, Nice France. The seized paintings included Monet’s “Cliffs Near Dieppe,” Alfred Sisley’s “Lane of Poplars at Moret-sur-Loing” and Jan Brueghel the Elder’s Allegory of Water and Allegory of Earth. Both Monet and Sisley painting were previously stolen in 1998 from the museum and recovered a few days later in a nearby town. Sisley was stolen in 1978 and recovered several days later in a Marseille sewer.
Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (1790–1842) was a French explorer, naval officer and rear admiral, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica. As a botanist and cartographer he left his mark, giving his name to several seaweeds, plants and shrubs, and places such as D'Urville Island.