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Flameng Francois (1856 - 1923)

A French painter and engraver. Born in Paris. He received artistic education in the workshop of his father - the famous French engraver L. Flameng. He made his debut at Paris Salon in 1871. He developed the design of the French pavilion for the World Exhibition in Paris (1900). Knight of the Legion of Honor. During the First World War he was the honorary president of the Society of war artists. He became famous as a master of portrait, historical and genre painting. His works are kept in the Museum d'Orsay and the Museum of the French army (both - in Paris), the Royal Collection in London, in the Art Museum of Harvard University, Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, the State Hermitage, etc.

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Auction 22 Lot 147

Price: 2 000 3 000 $