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Elisabeth Keyser
Fangsten bargas - Arildslage

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Elisabeth Keyser Fangsten bargas - Arildslage
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Elisabeth Keyser Fangsten bargas - Arildslage


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Elisabeth Keyser

painted Fangsten bargas - Arildslage in 1889  Related Paintings of Elisabeth Keyser :. | Fransk bondflicka med mjolkspannar | Fransk bondflicka med mjokspannar | Day dreams | Fransk bondflicka med mjolkspannar | Fangsten bargas - Arildslage |
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tchaikovsky
Born: 7 May 1840 Birthplace: Votkinsk, Russia Died: 6 November 1893 Best Known As: Russian composer of The Nutcracker
Adolphe Yvon
Adolphe Yvon (1817-1893) was a French painter known for his paintings from the Napoleonic Wars. Yvon studied under Paul Delaroche, rose to fame during the Second Empire, then finished his career as a teacher. Shortly after the end of the Crimean War in September 1855, Yvon was commissioned by the French government to paint a large picture of the capture of the Malakoff at Sevastopol. He sailed for the Crimea on February 19, 1856 where he spent six weeks compiling a portfolio of sketches, as well as visiting the battlefield of Inkerman. In 1857, the finished painting La Prise de la tour de Malakoff 8 septembre 1855 was shown at the Paris Salon, and two years later came La Gorge de Malakoff, and La courtine de Malakoff. La Prise was a massive piece measuring 6 metres by 9 metres and represented the moment when the fortification was captured around midday. In the succeeding years, Emperor Napoleon III began to admire his battle scenes; naturally he glorified the carnage of Napoleon I's campaigns. Yvon became an officer of the Legion d'Honneur in 1867, and painted Napoleon III's portrait the following year (unlocated). Yvon was known as the leading teacher of drawing at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (1863-83). A few Americans received instruction from him, including Christian Schussele, Alfred Wordsworth Thompson, William Sartain, and J. Alden Weir. The latter took Yvon's afternoon life-drawing class starting in the fall of 1874. Yvon provided the subject for compositional sketches for his students, for example, The Assassination of Julius Caesar, for which he specified how it should be done: Caesar covers his head with his toga.
George Horlor
British 1849-1891






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