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Louis Legrand, “Faune Parisienne” 1918. Louis...

Louis Legrand, “Faune Parisienne” 1918. Louis Auguste Mathieu Legrand (29 September 1863 – 1951) was a French artist, known especially for his aquatint engravings, which were sometimes erotic.
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