found dead on her sumptuous couch, and the flowers which had triumphed over her
bloomed around her in exultation. The painter, Emil Doerstling,
is a Berlin man, and a graduate of the Royal Academy of that city. Max Nonnenbruch,Max Nonnenbruch, who has
who has been introduced to the reader in a previous section of this work, appears at his best
"here in A Greek Slave."
F. Lequesne is a son of the eminent Parisian sculptor
Eugene Louis Lequesne, and received his first instruction in art from his father.
"The Two Pearls" is one of a number of striking pictures which
have attracted attention to him in different Salon exhibitions.
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