"Table Of Naked Woman Signed José Silbert"ableau representing a naked woman lying on a couch signed José Silbert born in Aix en Provencele January 20, 1862 and died in Marseille July 1, 1936 is a student at the School of Fine Arts in Paris where he has for master Jules Lefebvre and Luc- Olivier Merson. His father, Sébastien Pierre Antoine Silbert is a doctor of medicine in Aix-en-Provence. He exhibited at the Salon of French Artists in 1884 The Legend of San Marino Dalmatia, in 1885 Dr. S., father of the artist and in 1887 Legend of St. Francis of Assisi and the Wolf of Gubbio. Coming from a well-to-do family, he traveled to North Africa, including Algeria, where he stayed with painter Étienne Dinet. edit the code] His works can be found in the following museums: Chambéry Museum of Fine Arts: Portrait of François Dubillard, Archbishop of Chambéry from 1908 to 1914. Marseille Museum of Fine Arts: A Spanish2, The Legend of San Marino of Dalmatia3, My portrait4, The aras showman, The model serenade6, Portrait of a Moroccan7. Cantini Museum in Marseille: San Marino of Dalmatia.