Jean-Francois Millet

Farm Near Vichy

Farm Near Vichy
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Author: Jean-Francois Millet
Landscape, Drawings, Pencil, pen and brown wash on laid paper, 24.7x37.5 cm
Origin: France, 1866
Style: Realism
Source of entry: formerly in the collection of Otto Gerstenberg, later his daughter's, Margarete Scharf, Berlin
Transferred from Germany after World War II

See also

Jean-François Millet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Short biography and pictures of two of the artist's paintings.
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Jean Francois Millet was born into a family of peasant farmers near Cherbourg. He trained locally as a painter and then went to Paris in 1837 to study under ...

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