Random Inspiration: Emile Friant (1863-1932), Part 1

by Matthew Innis |

Émile Friant is an artist not well-known today.  In his forced obscurity, he is, of course, hardly alone;  many talented artists of the late nineteenth century have been forgotten, especially in the post-Impressionistic era United States, where the bias for an “American Art” caused the omission of many foreign, Academically-trained artists from the nation’s official art history…

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