Jeanne Bucher

See also: [Impressionists [War] [Pere Tanguy] -- impressionist art dealer From Monsieur Jacques Lassaigne's article in the in-explicably beautiful: Dictionary of Art!! She was an Alsatian, who had been Pitoëff's secretary in Switzerland. She went to Paris in the 1920's, (see map) where she opend a lending library for foreign books in the Rue de Cherche-Midi, made translations and sold prints! She also got to know some artists and, on the advice of Jean Lurçat, in 1925 changed her library into a gallery for exhibiting the work of her friends. Her first show was of drawings, prints, and water-colours by Gromaire, Lurçat, Pascin (Julius Pincas), Marcoussis,