Alfred Jacomin was a landscape and genre painter. He was a student of his father, Jean-Marie Jacomin, the Swiss Academy, and L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Jacomin started painting in 1864 with a canvas titled Hamlet. He exhibited in 1867 in the Salons de la Societe des Artistes Francais before becoming a member in 1883. In addition to oil paintings, Jacomin also painted numerous watercolours. He exhibited and received awards in London, Philadelphia, Barcelona, and Lyon. Private collectors in England, Spain, and America collected many of his works.