James Tissot – Visual Notes of a Victorian Dandy | A R T L▼R K


On the 8th of August 1902, French Victorian portrait painter, engraver, and enameler, James Tissot, died in Buillon Abbey, near Besançon, France. “After receiving a religious education, Tissot went…

Source: James Tissot – Visual Notes of a Victorian Dandy | A R T L▼R K

14 thoughts on “James Tissot – Visual Notes of a Victorian Dandy | A R T L▼R K

  1. I don’t know much about Tissot’s work, so I was glad to learn more from this article.

    Was thinking it’s a shame the word “dandy” has fallen out of fashion. I’m going to start using it on a daily basis.

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