William A. Coffin: Of "Art" and Technique

by Matthew Innis |

“Why is a piece of purple modelling by Besnard – whether it be a good piece of modelling (sic) or a bad,it’s all one –  thought by so many to far outshine the Baudrys and Delaunays that hang beside it on the walls?”¹ TOP:  Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry, Charlotte Corday After the Murder of Marat (1861) BOTTOM:  Paul-Albert Besnard, Matinée d’été (1886) In…

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