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Trois Maitres

non-fiction, pub:1845

History of three famous painters.


From A Bibliography of Alexandre Dumas père by Frank Wild Reed:
     This work, as already mentioned, originally formed part of the "Histoire des Peintres." The "Three Masters" removed from the company of their fellows to make a distinct work are "Michel-Ange," "Titien" and "Raphael."
     (Refer to the "Galerie de Florence," page 192.)
     "Titien Vecelli" was published in "La Chronique" between December 1st, 1843, and January 15th. 1844.
     "Michel-Ange" was printed in the "Revue des Feuilletons" for June, 1844, there stated to be from the "Galerie des Offices de Florence."
     ''Vie des Peintres Italiens: Michel-Ange, suivi de Titien Vecelli;" Brussels, Méline Cans et Cie., 18mo., pp. 278, 1844.
     "Michel-Ange et Raphael Sanzio;" Paris. Recules, 2 vols., 8vo., 1846.
     This "Trois Maîtres" forms one volume in the standard Calmann-Lévy édition.
     In Le Vasseur's "Alexandre Dumas Illustré" it forms part of Vol. XXIV.

         References :—
     For references to both these last two works turn to page 192. ("Galerie de Florence" and "Histoire des Peintres".)

         English Translation :—
     In Vol. I. of the "Parlour Magazine" (1851) there are translated 6½ pages from "Michael Angelo."

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