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Photo Retouching Of Still life – A Homage to Van Spaendonck by Charlotte Eustace Sophie de Fuligny-Damas

Photo Retouching Video Of Still life

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The Photo Retouching Video Of Still life used the Affinity Photo Editor, in the photo restoration of this classical artwork.

Information Below Derived From Wikipedia.org

Charlotte was the daughter of Henry Anne de Fuligny-Damas (1669 – 1745)

Her father died when she was three years of age, and when she was seven years of age she was placed in the care of canonesses at Remiremont Abbey where she received her classical education; she was then sent to Paris to receive art instruction from French Artist Jean-Baptiste Greuze (1725 – 1805) and Dutch Still Life Floral Painter Gérard van Spaendonck (1746 – 1822).

It wasn’t much later in her life and after she had to flee from France due to the political turmoil of the time, when she was in her fifties; that her talent was recognized in Florence, Italy; and it was of such high caliber that she was referred to as the Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483 – 1520) – Italian Painter and Architect of the High Renaissance Period) of flowers by the Italian Neoclassical Sculptor Antonio Canova (1757 – 1822).

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