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Paul Elie Ranson

Paul-Élie Ranson began studying art at an early age under the guidance of his grandfather, who helped Paul’s father, a prominent politician, raise him after his mother died in childbirth.…

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Léon Jean-Baptiste Sabatier

French painter and lithographer (1827-1887) Leon Jean-Baptiste Sabatier, was born in France in 1827. Sabatier intrigued French audiences with lithographs of exotic far-away lands.

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Georges de La Tour

Georges de La Tour was born in 1593 in Vic-sur-Seille, now part of northeastern France. Both his father and grandfather were bakers. No documents or information regarding La Tour’s early…

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Séraphine Louis

Séraphine Louis, also called Séraphine de Senlis, was a self-taught French painter. She was inspired by her religion, through stained-glass church windows and other religious art. Her work is felt…

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Félix Ziem

Félix Ziem was a French artist of the Barbizon school whose genre and landscape scenes drew from his many travels and his particular love of Venice. Félix Ziem was born…

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Antoine de Favray

Antoine de Favray was a French portrait artist best known forcapturing the likenesses of different personalities in the Ottoman empire. He was born on September 8, 1706. Little is known…

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Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps

Decamps was known for his Orientalist works, with a distinctly French style.

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Alexandre Cabanel

Cabanel was an academic style painter of historical, classical and religious subjects. He was one of Napoleon’s favorite painters. Together with William-Adolphe Bouguereau, he refused to allow Impressionist painter Édouard…

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Jean-Baptiste Oudry

Oudry was a French Rococo painter and tapestry designer, particularly well known for his real-world portrayal of animals and hunts.

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Léon Bonnat

Bonnat was a French painter, Grand Officer of the Légion d’honneur and professor at the Ecole des Beaux Arts.

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Gustave Le Gray

Jean-Baptiste Gustave Le Gray is considered the most influential photographer of French nineteenth century photography because of the innovations that he brought to this art form. Le Gray’s first treatise…

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Pierre Puvis de Chavannes

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes was a 19th c. French painter whose work inspired many artists especially the Modernists, and sculptors including Auguste Rodin. Although he painted in several styles, he…

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Suzanne Valadon

(September 23, 1865 – April 7, 1938) French By the age of ten, Suzanne Valadon began working a variety of jobs, including waitressing, selling vegetables, and circus performing until pursuing…

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Dora Maar

Dora Maar was a French photographer, painter, and poet active during the surrealist movement in the 1930s. While she is widely known as a muse to Pablo Picasso and model…

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Marguerite Gérard

Marguerite Gérard was a French artist, best known for her success with genre art. Born in Grasse, she moved to Paris to live with her sister, Marie-Anne Fragonard, and her…

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Niki de Saint Phalle

Niki de Saint Phalle was a French artist who originally began making art as a form of therapy but eventually became a member of the Nouveau Realismé movement and a…

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Camille Claudel

Camille Claudel was a French sculptor. She first studied at the Académie Colarossi under Alfred Boucher, before meeting and subsequently working under Auguste Rodin. As her mentor, confidante and lover,…

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Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois was a French-born artist who spent the majority of her adult life working in New York. Throughout her career, she explored various media between painting, printing, and installations…

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Marie-Guillemine Benoist

Born in Paris, Marie’s father encouraged her to make her own way. She studied in the atelier of the preeminent artist of the time, Jacque-Louis David. She exhibited in the…

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Rosa Bonheur

Rosa Bonheur was born into a French family of painters. The family moved to Paris in 1828, where Bonheur grew up. Always rebellious and unruly, traditional education was not suited…

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Sonia Delaunay

Multi-disciplinary artist Sonia Delaunay is considered to be French because she lived and worked in Paris for most of her career, but she was born in Odessa, Ukraine. Sonia Illinitchna…

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Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (August 29, 1780-January 14, 1867) was a French Neoclassical Romantic painter active in the early to the mid-19th century. The beginning of Ingres’s education was limited by restrictions…

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Régis François Gignoux

Régis François Gignoux (b. 1814 – d. 1882) was an eminent nineteenth-century French artist who is most noted for producing paintings that celebrated the beauty of America’s vast landscapes. Gignoux…

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Edgar Degas

French artist Edgar Degas spent the majority of his career depicting quiet moments of Parisian life. He is primarily known for his paintings of ballet dancers, skillfully illustrating their bodies…

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Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot was a French painter who  is known for her role as one of the leading women of Impressionism. She was considered one of the most influential Impressionist painters,…

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Pierre Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard, after studying the honorable legal profession that his family desired, followed his heart and turned to art full time. He was one of the founding members of Les…

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Paul Cézanne

Cézanne was one of the most important modern European artists, whose style, while considered as being Post-Impressionist, laid the groundwork for the 20th century experimentation of artists such as Pablo…

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Jacques-Louis David

Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) was a French Neoclassicist painter. Born in Paris, David was raised by his two uncles after his father died in 1757. A prolific artist, he studied in…

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