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The Victoria, c.1895 Fine Art Print
The Victoria, c.1895
24" x 18"
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Price: $31.99
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The Boulevard Montmartre and the Theatre des Varietes Fine Art Print
The Boulevard Montmartre and the Theatre des Varietes
24" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $32.99
Sale: $16.49
Parisian woman in the Place de la Concorde Fine Art Print
Parisian woman in the Place de la Concorde
18" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $31.99
Sale: $15.99
Entrance to the Exposition Universelle, 1889 Fine Art Print
Entrance to the Exposition Universelle, 1889
24" x 18"
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Price: $32.99
Sale: $16.49
Boulevard Poissonniere in the Rain Fine Art Print
Boulevard Poissonniere in the Rain
24" x 18"
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Price: $31.99
Sale: $15.99
Paris on the Boulevard, 1890 Fine Art Print
Paris on the Boulevard, 1890
31" x 25"
 
Price: $44.99
Sale: $22.49
An Argument in the Corridors of the Opera, 1889 Fine Art Print
An Argument in the Corridors of the Opera, 1889
24" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $32.99
Sale: $16.49
The Wedding Reception Fine Art Print
The Wedding Reception
18" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $32.99
Sale: $16.49
The Gardens of Paris - detail Fine Art Print
The Gardens of Paris - detail
18" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $32.99
Sale: $16.49
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Jean Beraud (Born 1849) was born in St. Petersburg. Béraud is the one who can depict and appreciates Parisian life in its gardens, cafes, and boulevards. He documented the Parisian daily life; by then this had become a demonstration of display. Béraud was born to parents from France. His father was a gifted sculptor but died when Beraud was just 4 years old. After the death of his father, Beraud and his mother moved to Paris where he joined the Lycée Bonaparte to complete his studies, alongside Edouard Détaille, a fellow future artist. After finishing his schooling, he studied law. In 1872, he was in the atelier of Léon Bonnat where he began his first artistic studies, and this is where he stayed for two years.

Beraud was hailed for his keenness to detail, he could pick little details that most artists could ignore; and that’s why his art looks realistic and attractive. He used art as a means of communication that’s why he liked to simplify his works to make interpretation easier. His art is very popular and is still growing in popularity. Today they can be found in all corners of the world – in galleries, institutions, museums, homes, offices, and public spaces. Béraud had decided to pursue religious themes by the 1890s, but he somehow infused them with modernity. His first religious work, La Prière, appeared at the Salon of 1883. Many followed and all of them were of the highest quality. Collectors were usually on the lookout for his art.
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