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On Lccoq de Boisbaudran Burly, op. A. amities, Paris, 1909, see Viollet-le-Duc, op. des cit.. Jullien: Fantin-Latour, sa vie et ses and the book by Lecoq de Boisla memoire pittoresque, 2nd ed.. : 30 On The Training Couture see his: Methodes Thomas Couture, et entretiens d'atelier, de I'atelier, Paris, 1932. Also E. Thomas Couture, cences of 1883; H. T. W. lui-meme York, 1867, and misspelled: Coiture] par son Monthly, August, Atlantic v. II, p. American Artists, 447-448 [the Cortissoz, op. Couture's studio see A.
Fantix-Latour : Self x 12i". Portrait, d. 1858. 16 National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. (Chester Dale loan). Left. c. Whistler: Self Portrait, 1858. 18+ X 15i". Freer Gallery of Art, \Vashington, D. C. 26 Degas: Self Portrait, 1857. Black crayon heightened with white, llj x 9". Collection \\ alter C. Baker. Xew York. Photograph of Edgar Degas, c. 1857. \s: Self Portrait, album of photographs. ton, Rome. 1857. Etching, 9 X 51". - of Art, ^Vashing- D. C. X. Rosenwald Collection). "-'-» It is not known how Degas replied to this admonition, but it is true that his early works follo\\ed more closely the example of Ingres than that of Delacroix.
Black crayon heightened with white, llj x 9". Collection \\ alter C. Baker. Xew York. Photograph of Edgar Degas, c. 1857. \s: Self Portrait, album of photographs. ton, Rome. 1857. Etching, 9 X 51". - of Art, ^Vashing- D. C. X. Rosenwald Collection). "-'-» It is not known how Degas replied to this admonition, but it is true that his early works follo\\ed more closely the example of Ingres than that of Delacroix. \Vhile he Degas showed from the beginning and highly cultivated artist, raised in a home where questions of art — particularly music — were intelligently discussed; Pissarro's first paintings, on the other hand, still betrayed a somewhat "provincial approach" of which only Paris could rid him.
Art Nouveau Vinca Masini by Lara-Vinca Masini