The Judgement of Paris

by Matthew Innis |

  I recently finished The Judgement of Paris:  The Revolutionary Decade That Gave the World Impressionism by Ross King.  It is the tale of two artists, Édouard Manet and Jean-Louis-Ernest Meisssonier, who were at opposite sides of the art movements in mid-19th Century France.  King tells the story, in an entertaining manner, of the fall…

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