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Jean Alexandru Steriadi (29 October 1880 – 23 November 1956) was a Romanianpainter and drawing artist. He made portraits and compositions based on a strong, expressive drawing; then he evoluated towards impressionistic influenced landscapes in which the subtle harmony is combined with a refined sense of picturesque ("The Morizzi House", "Ships in the Brăila Harbour"). Jean Alexandru Steriadi was an honorary member of the Romanian Academy since 1948.