Alfred Choubrac was born on December 30, 1853 in La Chapelle, France. With his brother Léon Choubrac, Alfred trained with painters Charles Doërr and Isidore Pils. In 1875, the work of the poster became essential in the artist. Later, he and his brother created their own studio, hosted by the first Parisian graphic design agency. Alfred Choubrac’s specialization is the posters of Parisian shows and stages for various venues such as theatres, operas and cabarets. He died on July 22, 1902 in Paris.
Alfred Choubrac was a 19th century Parisian painter, illustrator and poster artist. His famous works are "Cycliste", "Danseuse et clown" and "Adèle Verly".
Alfred Choubrac was particularly associated with Léon Choubrac, Maurice Biais and Alphons Mucha.