Daniel Jaugey was born in Lyon, France in 1929.

Training: Self taught, Daniel made many study trips to Italy, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Portugal and Morocco, Egypt and Japan where he exhibited at the same time.

Medium: oil


Daniel has earned his living with his paintings since 1965. He held 60 solo
exhibitions in France's major towns and also in many countries.

Solo Showings:

In 1966 he exhibited in Montreal at the  Waddington Gallery. Montreal.
He also had showings at Vendome Art Gallery, Paris in 1985, 1987,
1989. Galerie Richard Riverin in Laval 1987, in L'Arabesque Art Gallery
Cairo, Egypt 1987, Salle des Congres, Ajaccio, Corsica, 1987. Carrefour
International des Arts in Palm Beach 1997, International Art Center,
Naples in 2003.

Group showings:

He participated in 20 shows in France, Art expo, Toronto, Montreal,
Singapore, Valencia, Spain..

Honours: Presse Club award in Nice. He was named Honoris causa
member of The Academie Europeenne des Beaux-Arts in Brussel.
"I believe that Jaugey is the best classical impressionist of
all time."  Richard Riverin
Mer écumeuse 29'' X 36'' sold
Troupeau de moutons 29'' X 39'' sold
Golfe à l'arbre d'or 38'' X 51''
Le musicien du port 38'' X 51''
Troupeau de moutons en Corse 32'' X 50''