French Lessons: Leon-Joseph Florentin Bonnat

by Matthew Innis |

Among fans of Academic art, the name of “Bonnat” is well recognized.  But, for the exception of two or three of his major paintings ( Job at the Musée Bonnat-Helleu in Bayonne, France, and An Egyptian Peasant Woman and Her Child and Roman Girl at a Fountain, both at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in…

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