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Abd-el-Tif prize

Colonnades of the villa Abd-el-Tif

The Prix Abd-el-Tif (Abd-el-Tif prize) was a French art prize that was awarded annually from 1907–1961. It was modelled on the Prix de Rome, a acholarship that enabled French artists to stay in Rome.

The award was devised in 1907 by Léonce Bénédite, curator of the Museum of Luxembourg and Charles Jonnart, governor-general of French Algeria. The prize comprised a bursary and a year's free stay at the Villa Abd-el-Tif in Algiers, a state-owned institution for the study of Islamic art. Each year's prize winners were chosen by the Society of French Orientalist Painters.

Prize winners

  • 1907 : Léon Cauvy (1874–1933), painter, and Paul Jouve (1880–1973), animal painter and sculptor
  • 1908 : Jacques Simon (1875–1965), painter. Pierre Poisson (1876–1953), sculptor
  • 1909 : Léon Carré (1878–1942), painter, and Jules Migonney (1876–1927)
  • 1910 : Charles Dufresne (1875–1938), painter, and Henri Villain (1878–1938), painter
  • 1911 : Adolphe Beaufrere (1876–1960), painter and engraver
  • 1912 : Charles Bigonet (1877–1931), sculptor and Gustave Hierholtz (1877–1948), sculptor
  • 1913 : Marius de Buzon (1879–1958), painter, André Chapuy (1882–1941), painter and engraver
  • 1914 : Charles-René Darrieux, painter, Albert Pommier (1880–1944), sculptor
  • 1920 : fr:Paul Élie Dubois (1886–1949), painter, and Jean Launois (1898–1942), painter
  • 1921 : Maurice Bouviolle (1893–1971), painter and 1921 : Jean Bouchaud (1891–1977), painter
  • 1922 : Pierre Deval (1897–1993), painter, and Ludovic Pineau (1886–1935), sculptor
  • 1923 : Jacques Denier (1894–1983), painter, and Jean Désiré Bascoules (1886–1976), painter
  • 1924 : Étienne Bouchaud (1898–1989), painter, and André Rigal (1888– ? ), painter and sculptor
  • 1925 : Louis Berthomme Saint André (1905–1977), painter, and Eugène Corneau (1894–1975), painter and engraver
  • 1926 : Louis Riou (1893–1958), painter
  • 1927 : Louis Dideron (1901–1980), sculptor, and André Thomas Rouault (1899–1949), painter and decorator
  • 1928 : René Levrel (1900–1981), painter, and Luc Rousseau (1899–1958), painter
  • 1929 : Pierre-Eugène Clairin (1897–1980), painter, and Georges Halbout du Tanney (1895–1986), sculptor
  • 1930 : Henri Clamens (1905–1937), painter, and André Hébuterne (1894–1979), painter
  • 1931 : Pierre Farrey (1896–?), painter, and Jacques Wolf (1896–1956)painter
  • 1932 : Marcel Damboise (1932–1992), sculptor and Richard Maguet (1896–1940)painter
  • 1933 : André Hambourg (1909–1999)], painter, and Émile Bouneau (1902–1970), painter
  • 1934 : Francois Caujan (1902–1945), sculptor, Roger Nivelt (1899–1962), painter
  • 1935 : Emile Sabouraud (1900–1996), painter, and Jean Hustel (1906–1991), painter
  • 1936 : René Gilles (1910–), painter, and Jean Meunier (1903–), architect
  • 1937 : Camille Leroy (1905–1995), painter, and Antoine Ferrari (1910–1995),
  • 1938 : Jean Beaunier (1908–1947), painter, and Edgard Pillet (1912–1997), painter and sculptor
  • 1939 : Pierre Lepage (1906–1983), painter, and Jean-André Cante (1912–1977), painter
  • 1942 : André Bourdil,(1911–1982), painter, and Jean-Eugene Bersier (1895–1980), painter and engraver
  • 1945 : Georges Le Poitevin (1912–1992), painter, and Francois Fauck (1911–1979), painter
  • 1946 : Maurice Boitel (1919–2007), painter, and André Beauce (1911–1974), painter
  • 1947 : Jean Marie Chabot (1914–), painter, and Paul Ragueneau (1913–1986), painter
  • 1948 : Jean Pierre Cornet (? ), painter and engraver, and Pierre Quiniou (1920–), painter and engraver
  • 1949 : Jacques Houplain (1920–), engraver, and Jean Carton (1912–1988), sculptor
  • 1950 : Pierre Brandel, painter,(1912–2003), and Gabriel Bougrain
  • 1951 : Pierre Pruvost (1921–2008), painter, and Jean Menoucoutin, sculptor died at the Villa Abd-el-Tif in 1953
  • 1952 : Pierre Parsus (1921–), painter, and Jean Vimenet (1914–1999)
  • 1953 : Robert Martin (1925–2001), painter
  • 1954 : Jack Chambrin (1919–1983), painter, and François Cacheux (1923–), sculptor
  • 1955 : Jean Gachet, painter (1920–2003)
  • 1956 : Jean-Pierre Blanche (1927–), painter, Gisèle.Georges-Mianes dite G.Georges - Mianes first woman laureate (1928–), painter, Jean-Marie Albagnac (1931–), engraver and photographer
  • 1957 : Hubert le Mab (1924–), painter
  • 1958 : Marc Gruais (1932–), painter, and Gérard Roland (1932–), painter
  • 1959 : Jean Bellenger, (1925–), painter
  • 1960 : Pierre Clément (1923–), painter, Pierre Telliez (1932–), and Gauthier known as Gartier Pierre (1930–), painter
  • 1961 : Victor Candale - did not stay in Algeria
  • 1961 : Françoise Naudet, sculptor - did not stay in Algeria

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