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PIERRE BONNARD (1867/1947), FRENCH PAINTER – Where was a lot more to be got out of color

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VALENTIN DE BOULOGNE (1591/1632), FRENCH PAINTER – Painting under a raking light

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GUSTAVE COURBET (1819/1877), FRENCH PAINTER – May be no schools, but only painters

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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE / GUSTAVE COURBET – Until February 5, 2017 / Oslo, The National Gallery

After deaths, many popular French painters (such as Gustave Courbet), they fell victim to widespread forgery. http://www.visitoslo.com/en/product/?TLp=183423 For art museums, it is a challenge to distinguish forgeries from authentic pictures. Thanks to new research, it has been possible in recent years to throw light on many false attributions, and to expose a number of counterfeits. He insisted that pictures should ...

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