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Vernet Claude Joseph. The Storm. Fine art postcard A6
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Vernet Claude Jozepf (1714-1789) - French painter.
His precise, poetical works testify to Claude Lorrena's influence. Verne made in France the big success, and in 1753 has been accepted in Academy. The main artists work - a series Ports of France (15 pictures), are written in different manners. Vernes creative work remains one of the best certificates of French landscape writers searches on the eve of romanticism.

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