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Marguerite Gerard 1761-1837

Marguerite Gerard 1761-1837

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Marguerite Gérard: 1761–1837, by Carole Blumenfeld

Published through NMWA’s Suzanne & James Mellor Prize, this book brings to light the work of French painter Marguerite Gérard, the only female genre artist of her time, who lived through the tumultuous French Revolution, the reign of Napoleon, and the Bourbon Restoration. The engaging and lavishly illustrated book is the product of 13 years of research on Gérard by author Carole Blumenfeld and includes a meticulously researched catalogue raisonné.

Softcover, 272 pages.

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