Delaroche


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Delaroche

(Hippolyte) Paul. 1797--1859, French painter of portraits and sentimental historical scenes, such as The Children of Edward IV in the Tower (1830)
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Before her second marriage in 1798, Candeille had been unhappily married to the physician Louis-Nicolas Delaroche (b.
For all the apparent verisimilitude of a canvas caressed so adroitly by Delaroche, curator Stephen Bann suggests that he might have been thinking of some other melodrama rather than this lachrymose story.
Delaroche was for a decade or so in the mid-nineteenth century perhaps the most famous (and consequently the most collected) painter of the day, attracting patrons throughout Europe and beyond.
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Delaroche was a successful academic artist from France during the early to mid-19th century who specialized in painting historical scenes.
Her feelings got the better of her over a painting bought by Neil Wilson for [euro]550, which he believed is a lost masterpiece by 19th century French artist Paul Delaroche.
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It is now getting on for two centuries since Paul Delaroche first declared painting to be dead in 1839.
67 percent) move on to a runoff for Seat 20, eliminating Steven Neil DeLaroche (26 percent).