French Lessons: Marie François Firmin-Girard, part II

by Matthew Innis |

Although many of the traditional 19th century artists have been forgotten over the past one hundred years, there are very few artists who were so unjustly disregarded after reaching the level of international fame that Firmin-Girard enjoyed.

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