When he bought 20 pieces from Manet, they called him a fool. But thanks to its persistence, Impressionism has survived and has become popular. Paul Durand-Ruel…
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When he bought 20 pieces from Manet, they called him a fool. But thanks to its persistence, Impressionism has survived and has become popular. Paul Durand-Ruel (1831-1922).

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