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French artists

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In today’s world, most women feel like they are surrounded on all sides by the obligation to be beautiful, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

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Fauvism was an art movement from the 20th century which provided interesting developments in the use of color, brushwork and abstraction. It was founded by a small group of French artists which included Henri Matisse, André Derain, Georges Braque and Maurice de Vlaminck. Georges Braque, L'Olivier Près De L'Estaque (The Olive Tree near L'Estaque), 1906

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French artist, Suzanne Valadon, was an artist's model before becoming a respected painter herself. Part of a circle of a...

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I especially love French painter, Bernard Cathelin's (1919 - 2004) abstracted landscapes--so bold and simple but rich in color and texture. To see more of his work online, visit the Art France gallery in Paris.

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A selection of shots from Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed, an exhibition showcasing the psychoanalytical writings of the late French artist, alongside a selection of artworks

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While sheltering in place, French artist Nathalie Lete is filling her country home with flowers—that she paints on every surface.

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10x14 inch (25x35cm) Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces.. JLJ4572366 Miss Lily Walton Painting by Marie-Clementine (Marie Clementine) Valadon, dit Suzanne Valadon (1865-1938), 1922, oil on canvas, 1.00 x 0.81 m, Museum of Fine Arts, Limoges - Portrait of Miss Lily Walton by Suzanne Valadon (1865-1938), 1922, oil on canvase, 1.00 x 0.81 m, Fine Arts Museum, Limoges by Valadon, Suzanne (1865-1938); Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France; (add.info.: Miss Lily Walton Painting by…

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At her château in the French countryside, artist Claire Basler paints sumptuous, extravagant works inspired by floral arrangements plucked from her gardens

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