Hugues Claude Pissarro ( born in 1935 - )also known professionally as Isaac Pomié, is the grandson of the Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro and son of the artist Paulemile Pissarro. 

Like many of his family predecessors, the scope of his work and talent was wide ranging from engraver, lithographer, publisher and landscape painter to portraitist, he was even commissioned by the White House in 1959 to paint President Eisenhower.