Jubert's first stamp, issued in 1978, was for the annual Red Cross Fund series, which focused that year on celebrities. Jubert engraved a stunning portrait of Leo Tolstoy, marking the 150th anniversary of the man's birth. It seems incredible, but Jubert never developed into a true portrait engraver.
He did, however, prove his engraving talents, and then some, for in 1986 he was declared 'Meilleur ouvrier de France', a prestigious title handed out once every four years to the best artist/artisan of France.
Jubert taught at the Ecole Estienne and the ENSAD, from 1973 to 1989.
You will find Jacques Jubert's database HERE.