Jacques Bouyssou was born in Honfleur commune, France. He was acquainted with painting masters Othon Friesz, Raoul Dufy, Moïse Kisling, and Fernand Léger at his early age. Bouyssou had studied architecture at the Beaux Arts de Troyes. He started to paint at the time when he began to study in Othon Friez’s studio at Academie de la Grand Chaumiere in Paris. Bouyssou won the first price of the Lower Normandy Salon in 1955, the first price of Deauville in 1965, and the Medal of the City of Paris in 1978. In 1987, Bouyssou was appointed the official painter by the French Navy. His works are widely loved around the world. Bouyssou’s exhibitions had been held not only in European cities, but also in the United States, Brazil, Venezuela, Taiwan, and Japan.