Joseph Inguimberty (Marseille, 18 January 1896 - Menton, 8 October 1971) was a French painter, and teacher at the École des Beaux-Arts de l'Indochine (EBAI) in Hanoi 1926-1945. His teaching was appreciated for being less academic than the director Victor Tardieu. He shared with Tardieu a keen interest in Vietnam's culture. Inguimberty encouraged his students to experiment with lacquer painting as a fine art painting medium.
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