Frenchman Paul Morchain belonged to the official painters of the French marine as an officer, so he mainly painted maritime scenes, figures, portraits, and landscapes. He was a delicate artist who showed talent at a very young age. When living in Paris, he started at the Salon of French Artists in 1906, and in 1909 received an Honorable Mention, obtaining a silver medal in 1913, and being awarded a gold medal in 1920. His paintings showed the picturesque sides of the Channel coast.
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|1932 Summer||55||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||France||Final Standings||AC||Regates dans l'Ocean Atlantique|