Anatol Bouchet (French, 1930-) impressionist painter primarily known for his paintings of Parisian cityscapes and street scenes, as well as landscapes and marine scenes from Southern France and the Riviera. Bouchet was born in Marseille, France in 1930 and was the son of a well known artist. Having finished his elementary education there, he traveled to Paris to study and quickly became involved in the art societies of Parisian painters and artists. With influence from many of his well known artist friends, his talent quickly developed and he began exhibiting his paintings in and around Paris which garnered a lot of attention from the public. He became one of the more popular painters of the Parisian style.
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