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. ┬áIn 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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