French Lessons: Albert Maignan (1825-1908)

by Matthew Innis |

Critics of his time felt that the painter Albert Pierre René Maignan would never be forgotten, and yet, who today knows his name?  Very few, it seems.  But in fairness to those critics who made their proclamations more than a century ago, perhaps the idea of what it means to be “forgotten” in the arts, is…

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