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Henri Fantin-LaTour was a painter, lithographer, and lithographer from the 20th century. He is best known for his flower paintings and group portraits of Parisian writers and artists. His lithographs of flowers were popular and can be found in many public collections. 

Henri Fantin-LaTour was born in France in 1841. His father was a painter, and his father became his first teacher. His studies consisted of copying engravings and lithographs. At the age of 15, he was accepted to the Lecoque de Buabodran art school in Paris. He was a student there for a few years, and he studied with a variety of masters, including Claude Monet, John Singer-Baden, and Pablo Picasso. He became an excellent artist and was able to earn a good living while he continued to study.

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