French Lessons: Marie François Firmin-Girard, part I

by Matthew Innis |

In late 19th century France, a dichotomy of views created a division in styles, subject matter, and training, but one painter, Marie-François Firmin-Girard, managed to straddle a variety of disparate worlds from the present to the past, the city to the country, the landed gentry to the working poor, and from Impressionism to Academism.

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