French Lessons: Hubert-Denis Etcheverry (1867-1950)

by Matthew Innis |

One of the benefits which was derived from the Academic and Official art policies of France during the 19th century, was the establishment of provincial art schools.  These schools, far from the urban center of Paris, were instituted not only to provide cultural development in France’s agrarian communities, but to provide proper training to talented young people who,…

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