Paul Chabas (1869-1937), Part II

by Matthew Innis |

But what would happen next would change everything and make Chabas famous, if not infamous, in America and beyond.  His name would become familiar, and one artwork in particular would enter popular culture and become the most noted and notorious image of . . .

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