Swiss Missed: Eugene Burnand (1850-1921), Pt. 1

by Matthew Innis |

As purposefully-forgotten 19th century artists continue to be rediscovered, it is the unfortunate ones who existed outside of the major markets who are last to receive their dues. Such is the case with the Swiss painter Eugene Burnand, whose talents have only recently begun to be reassessed.

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