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'''Jean-Léon Gérôme''' ([[May 11]], [[1824]] – [[January 10]], [[1904]]) was a [[France|French]] [[academic art|academic]] [[painter]] and [[sculpture|sculptor]] who resisted the [[counter-revolutionary]] movements of [[Impressionism]] begun by [[Monet]] and Manet, continuing the development and conservation of French [[neo-classicism]]. He also produced many works in a [[historical]], [[Orientalism|Orientalist]] style, bringing the [[French Empire]] tradition to an artistic climax. '''Jean-Léon Gérôme''' ([[May 11]], [[1824]] – [[January 10]], [[1904]]) was a [[France|French]] [[academic art|academic]] [[painter]] and [[sculpture|sculptor]] who resisted the [[counter-revolutionary]] movements of [[Impressionism]] begun by [[Monet]] and Manet, continuing the development and conservation of French [[neo-classicism]]. He also produced many works in a [[historical]], [[Orientalism|Orientalist]] style, bringing the [[French Empire]] tradition to an artistic climax.

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Grand bath at Bursa (1885) by Jean-Léon Gérôme

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Jean-Léon Gérôme (May 11, 1824January 10, 1904) was a French academic painter and sculptor who resisted the counter-revolutionary movements of Impressionism begun by Monet and Manet, continuing the development and conservation of French neo-classicism. He also produced many works in a historical, Orientalist style, bringing the French Empire tradition to an artistic climax.

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