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-''[[The Barque of Dante]]'', which was accepted by the [[Paris Salon of 1822]]. The work caused a sensation, and was largely derided by the public and officialdom, yet was purchased by the State for the [[Luxembourg Galleries]]; the pattern of widespread opposition to his work, countered by a vigorous, enlightened support, would continue throughout his life.+''[[The Barque of Dante]]'', which was accepted by the [[Paris Salon of 1822]]. The work caused a sensation, and was largely derided by the public and officialdom, yet was purchased by the State for the [[Luxembourg Galleries]].
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The Barque of Dante, which was accepted by the Paris Salon of 1822. The work caused a sensation, and was largely derided by the public and officialdom, yet was purchased by the State for the Luxembourg Galleries.




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