Art is Hard

by Matthew Innis |

    In 1822, French artist Horace Vernet painted l’Atelier, a picture which, through the many engravings made of it, was to become an extremely popular image with the public.  In it, Vernet, who stands just off center with his back to the viewer, is fencing with his pupil Ledieu, in what can only be…

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