Saturday, June 21, 2014

Paul-Joseph Blanc

[France] (b 1846/d 1904)

"He studied at the École des Beaux Arts with Émile Bin and Alexandre Cabanel ; in 1867, he was awarded the Prix de Rome  and was named a Professor at the École in 1889. His studio in Montmartre also served as an art school. With time he became specialized in scenes from ancient history and mythology. (..) In addition to his favorite subjects, he produced many portraits of politicians and participated in the decoration of several buildings" 


France 1900/1929 "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" (7,1) [Engr (Eugene Mouchon)][Typo] Sc(109,...,115) [ This Design was used in France and it's colonies, in it's original form or Surcharged and Overprinted.. ]

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