Emile Munier

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Emile Munier (1840 - 1895) was a French Academic painter. He exhibited at the Salon de Paris. Munier painted peasant, cherubs, goddess, mythological and religious subjects.

Munier developed an exceptional talent for depicting the short-lived expressions and movements of his subjects. He also became interested in scenes of children in country situations while in Auvergne... His painting L'amour désarmé (Love disarmed), presented to the Salon of 1886, again displays Bouguereau’s influence on Munier and, it is interesting to note that, a number of American collectors had actually attributed this work to Bouguereau. [1]

Le jeune paysanne.

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