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Bail, Claude Joseph, France 1862 to 1921 Oil Paintings
Claude Joseph Bail was brought into the world in Limonest in the Rhone district of France in 1862 and kicked the bucket in 1921. Bail continued in the strides of his dad, Jean-Antoine Bail. While his dad's artworks were vigorously suggestive of the Dutch bosses, Bail's canvases are pragmatist on a fundamental level. His style was significantly affected by the Little Masters from seventeenth-century Holland, yet also by French history. His work has been depicted as agreeable, social, and well disposed of. He painted scenes from the open country, creatures, still lifes, and classification canvases of the ordinary French laborers.
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