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Théodore Chassériau | Romantic / Neoclassical painter

Théodore Chassériau, (1819-1856), French painter who attained some measure of success in his attempt to fuse the Neoclassicism of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and the Romanticism of Eugène Delacroix. As a boy, Chassériau entered the studio of Ingres, following his master to Rome in 1834. Chassériau’s immediate success at the Paris Salon of 1836 was confirmed three years later by a "Venus" and his “Suzanne”, both in the Louvre.