Ada Shadmi Banks

Trioson, Girodet
March 1979
Art Bulletin;Mar1979, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p100
Academic Journal
Presents the letters of artist Girodet Trioson to John Flaxman, found in the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library in 1814, which deals with the abdication of Napoleon.


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