Léon Bazille Perrault
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He was born to a modest family. A student of William Bouguereau and François-Edouard Picot, he exhibited at the Salon from 1863 onwards, producing several works, in the academic tradition. He was famous for his le petit naufragé (The little shipwrecked boy, 1874) and his paintings of children.
- Sleeping Putto, 1882 - Rehs Galleries' biography on Leon Perrault and an image of his painting Sleeping Putto.
- Léon Bazile Perrault at the Art Renewal Center
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