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L'oeuvre de Aimé Morot: membre de l'Académie des Beaux-Arts

by Charles Moreau-Vauthier

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This is a very high-quality book providing an overview of Aimé Morot's art in 60 gravures in black and white. These include paintings submitted for the Prix de Rome in the 1870s, the military paintings (Rezonville), as well as later work including portraits of high society members and paintings of his wife and child. ( )
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