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The departure.

After a painting by Eugène Lami. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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The departure.

After a painting by Eugène Lami. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013
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Graveyard of a Norman village.

Louis Leroy,  from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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Graveyard of a Norman village.

Louis Leroy, from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013
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Vézelay Abbey.

Émile Sagot,  from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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Vézelay Abbey.

Émile Sagot, from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013
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First thought of the Watergeuzen (Sea Beggars).

After a painting by Eugène Le Poittevin. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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First thought of the Watergeuzen (Sea Beggars).

After a painting by Eugène Le Poittevin. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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The Bride of Lammermoor.

After a painting by Édouard Cibot. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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The Bride of Lammermoor.

After a painting by Édouard Cibot. From L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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Fontaine Louvois.

A. Provost, from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5,  Paris, 1840.

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Fontaine Louvois.

A. Provost, from L’Artiste, series 2, vol. 5, Paris, 1840.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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V. Sansonnetti, frontispiece from L’artiste, series 2, Vol. 7, Paris, circa 1841.

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V. Sansonnetti, frontispiece from L’artiste, series 2, Vol. 7, Paris, circa 1841.

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Sunday, January 13, 2013
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Benvenuto Cellini in his studio.

After a painting by Robert Fleury, from L’artiste, series 2, Vol. 7, Paris, circa 1841.

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Benvenuto Cellini in his studio.

After a painting by Robert Fleury, from L’artiste, series 2, Vol. 7, Paris, circa 1841.

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Sunday, January 13, 2013