French Lessons: Jean-Andre Rixens (1840-1925)

by Matthew Innis |

Although there are several paintings by the French artist Jean-André Rixens which are well-known today – particularly his 1874 work, The Death of Cleopatra – there are few people who would be able to attribute his name to his creations.  Acclaimed and honored in his own time, Rixens is now but just one name on a list…

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