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Picturing a World

Sergeant, not Sargent

Blog tip: This morning’s GurneyJourney post on Meissonier’s Sergeant sets me musing on the parallels between novels about novelists and pictures of artists at work. If I come up with anything worth writing down, you’ll see it here!

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Corpse of Henri Régnault

One more item that lay behind Edward and Carolus-Duran’s conversation about their two wars. Emile Zola said that Carolus-Duran made Edouard Manet  Read More 
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Palace ruins

The American Civil War (1861-1865) has deeply affected the psyches of Cousin Effie and Edward; and as soon as I learned in my background reading that Carolus-Duran fought in the Franco-Prussian War (1870–1871), I knew a shared experience of war could be an overt point of contact between him and Edward.  Read More 
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