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Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot letters, 1846-1873, undated

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Corot (Jean-Baptiste-Camille) Letters

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Among the correspondents of these autograph signed letters by Camille Corot are Adolphe Beugniet, Jean-Baptiste-Étienne Farochon, Charles de Javary, Albert de La Fizelière, Eugène Lavieille, Camille Marcille, and Jules Richomme. Mentioned is the collector Count Demidoff, the painters Armand Leleux and Wahast, an exhibition "Exposition libre des Beaux-Arts, boulevard des Italiens," and specific paintings, which are described as the "Concert à la campagne," the "Joli capucin," "Ruines de Pierrefonds," "Une vue de Genève prise de la rive de la Savoie," "Le repos, effet du soir," and "Effet du matin."

Included with the collection of letters is a portrait of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot by Félix Bracquemond.

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