Piot

Étienne Adolphe Piot (c. 1825 – c. 1910) was a French painter known for his portraits of beautiful young women. He exhibited in the Paris Salons from 1850 to 1909. Adolphe Piot created expressive depictions of beautiful women, with dark backgrounds to draw attention to the subject, and also made many works showing children. His works were innocent, picturesque and elegant, appealing to middle class tastes of the time. (Wikipedia.org)

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