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Louis Titz was a Belgian artist who was born in 1859 in Bruges and who died in 1932 in Brussels. He was a painter, watercolorist, draftsman, etcher, illustrator and poster designer. Debuted as an apprentice draftsman with ornamentists and architects. Helped with panoramic paintings led by, among others, Wauters and the De Vriendt brothers. Training at the Academy in Brussels (1870-1881). Received advice and support from F. Bossuet. Became friends with Am. Lynen. He was inspired by (Brussels) city corners and landscapes. Became a member of the Société Royale d'Aquarellistes Belges in 1885 and from then on has mainly profiled himself as a watercolorist, etcher and illustrator. Designed countless theater sets. Illustrated, among other things, the first edition of Salammbo (G. Flaubert) and contributed to La Belgique illustrée, Anvers à travers les âges. Author of about four hundred sketches for the Dictionnaire des Communse belges (Jourdain and Van Stalle, 1904-1906). Was a teacher at the Ecole d'Art et bijouterie and from 1901 to 1927 at the Academy in Brussels. Work in the Museums in Antwerp, Brussels, Ixelles, Ypres. Mentioned in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists IV, BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron