Paul Chabas (1869-1937), Part III

by Matthew Innis |

The media coverage of the scandals involving September Morn created an interest in the work that was far greater than any medal at the Salon could ever elicit.  Members of the public, who had only seen censored newspaper images or editorial cartoons featuring caricatures of the painting, wanted . . .

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