Paul Chabas (1869-1937), Part I

by Matthew Innis |

For the Frenchman Paul Chabas, a little bit of controversy surrounding one of his paintings was enough to make him one of the most well-known artists in the world, and the image in question, the most popular and widely-reproduced image of the first half of the twentieth century.

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