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1904 in France

1900 in france

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1904
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Decades:
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See also:
  • Other events of 1904
  • Timeline of French history

Events from the year 1904 in France

Contents

  • 1 Incumbents
  • 2 Events
  • 3 Arts and literature
  • 4 Sport
  • 5 Births
    • 51 January to March
    • 52 April to June
    • 53 July to September
    • 54 October to December
    • 55 Full date unknown
  • 6 Deaths
    • 61 Full date unknown
  • 7 See also
  • 8 References

Incumbents

  • President: Émile Loubet
  • President of the Council of Ministers: Emile Combes

Events

  • 8 April - Entente cordiale, a series of agreements signed between the United Kingdom and France

Arts and literature

The unofficial art mouvement of Fauvism Fauves is the French word for "wild beasts" Henri Matisse 1869-1954 was the leader of the small group, with other major artists including André Derain 1880-1954 and maurice de Vlaminick 1876-1958 The mouvement was never made official with documents signed by members of a list of criteria in order for work to be considered Fauvism, but it was simply a small group of mainly French painters who used brilliant colour and unexpected brushstrokes, similar to the German Expressionism mouvement Matisse created the Fauve style after experimenting with post-impressionistic painters, such as Gauguin, Cézanne and Van Gogh, as well as the NEo-impressionism of Cross, Signac, and Seurat All these painters inspired Matisse to reject 3D uses of spaces and use colour and mouvement to create 2D planes of space

Sport

  • 2 July - The second Tour de France begins
  • 24 July - Tour de France ends, won by Henri Cornet

Births

January to March

  • 13 January - Jean de Beaumont, sport shooter died 2002
  • 14 January - Henri-Georges Adam, engraver and sculptor died 1967
  • 15 February - Louis Robert, historian and author died 1985
  • 27 February - André Leducq, cyclist, twice Tour de France winner died 1980
  • 1 March - Paul Dubreil, mathematician died 1994
  • 13 March - René Dumont, agronomist, sociologist and environmental politician died 2001

April to June

  • 8 April - Yves Congar, priest and theologian died 1995
  • 12 April - Arsène Alancourt, cyclist died 1965
  • 21 April - Jean Hélion, painter and author died 1987
  • 25 April - René Cogny, General died 1968
  • 17 May - Jean Gabin, actor died 1976
  • 18 May - François Marty, Roman Catholic Cardinal died 1994
  • 19 May - Daniel Guérin, anarchist and author died 1988
  • 25 May - Marcel Thil, world champion boxer died 1968
  • 8 June - Jean-Jérôme Adam, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Libreville died 1981
  • 11 June - Gaston Charlot, chemist died 1994

July to September

  • 2 July - René Lacoste, tennis player died 1996
  • 8 July - Henri Cartan, mathematician
  • 24 July - Leo Arnaud, composer of film scores died 1991
  • 4 September - Christian-Jaque, filmmaker died 1994
  • 7 September - Henri Pinault, Roman Catholic Bishop of Chengdu died 1987
  • 18 September - Jean Dasté, actor and theatre director died 1994

October to December

  • 8 October - Yves Giraud-Cabantous, motor racing driver died 1973
  • 13 October - Antoine Gilles Menier, businessman and municipal politician died 1967
  • 14 October - Christian Pineau, French Resistance leader and politician died 1995
  • 12 November - Jacques Tourneur, film director died 1977
  • 22 November - Louis Néel, physicist, the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1970 died 2000
  • 6 December - Ève Curie, author and writer, daughter of Marie and Pierre Curie died 2007
  • 12 December - Nicolas de Gunzburg, magazine editor died 1981
  • 21 December - Jean René Bazaine, painter, stained glass window designer and writer died 2001
  • 31 December - Charles Fauvel, aircraft designer died 1979

Full date unknown

  • Pierre Allain, climber died 2000
  • Jean Berveiller, composer and organist died 1976
  • Gabriel Loire, stained glass artist died 1996
  • Henri-Irénée Marrou, historian died 1977
  • Raymond Molinier, Trotskyist died 1994
  • Pierre Naville, writer and sociologist died 1993
  • Georges Sadoul, journalist and cinema writer died 1967

Deaths

  • 10 January - Jean-Léon Gérôme, painter and sculptor born 1824
  • 26 January - Émile Deschanel, author and politician born 1819
  • 19 May - Auguste Molinier, historian born 1851
  • 27 June - Anatole Jean-Baptiste Antoine de Barthélemy, archaeologist and numismatist born 1821
  • 25 August - Henri Fantin-Latour, painter and lithographer born 1836
  • 23 September - Émile Gallé, artist born 1846
  • 4 October - Frédéric Bartholdi, sculptor, designer of the Statue of Liberty born 1834

Full date unknown

  • Marie Firmin Bocourt, zoologist and artist born 1819
  • Paul Adolphe Marie Prosper Granier de Cassagnac, journalist and politician born 1843

See also

  • List of French films before 1910

References

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