École nationale des beaux-arts de Lyon

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thumb The École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Lyon is a school of art and design in Lyon, located in Les Subsistances, in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon.

Directors

  • 1960-1974 : Jean Coquet
  • 1974-1992 : Philippe Nahoum
  • 1992-1998 : Guy Issanjou
  • 1998- ... : Yves Robert

Students

  • Adrien Bas, circa 1902
  • Jean-François Bellay
  • Jean-Baptiste Beuchot, 1836 to 1841
  • Alexandre François Bonnardel, from 1891
  • Jean-Marie Bonnassieux, 1828 to 1833
  • Claude Bonnefond
  • Jean-Baptiste Bouchardon, architect, sculptor
  • Louis Bouquet, 1903 to 1907
  • Camille Bouvagne, circa 1883 to 1887
  • Fleury Chenu
  • Jean-Baptiste Chometon
  • Félix Clément, from 1844
  • René Dardel (1796-1871), architect
  • Pierre Combet-Descombes, circa 1902
  • Germain Detanger, from 1860
  • Antoine Duclaux
  • Joseph Dufour, 1784
  • Hippolyte Flandrin, from 1828
  • Michel Genod
  • Léonie Humbert-Vignot, circa 1894
  • Jean-Marie Jacomin, painter
  • Jean-Baptiste Larrivé, 1890 to 1896
  • Jean-François Legendre-Héral
  • Alphonse Legros circa 1855
  • Edme Camille Martin-Daussigny
  • Francisque Pomat
  • Jean-Marie Reignier, circa 1833
  • Étienne Rey, 1808 to 1811
  • Jean Seignemartin, 1860 to 1865
  • Nicolas Sicard
  • Augustin Thierrat
  • Tony Tollet, 1873 to 1879
  • Anthelme Trimolet
  • Jean-Baptiste Vietty, circa 1807
  • Louis Vuillermoz, 1939 to 1940

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