Anglade was born in Bordeaux and worked in Paris and Dordogne. He studied with Léon Germain Pelouse (1838–1891) and made his reputation with paintings of mist-infused, multi-layered landscapes in a style similar to that of William Didier-Pouget.
The large number of similar landscapes he painted, especially of heather-colored hills in the region of the Meuse and Creuze likely contributed to relatively sparse attention to his well-executed works. In recent years, however, they have attracted considerably greater interest.
Member: The French Artists Society Exhibition: La Societe des Artistes Francais Reference: Dictionnaire des Petits Maitres de la Peinture 1820-1920, by Gerald Schurr & Pierre Cabanne, pg. 50-51, Tomes I, A and H.