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Paul-Marc-Joseph Chenavard (9 December 1808 – 1895, Paris) was a French painter.
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- Hell (1846), Montpellier, Musée Fabre
- The Continence of Scipio (1848) Lyon, Musée des Beaux-Arts
- Divina Tragedia (between 1865 and 1869) Paris, Musée d'Orsay
- Joseph C. Sloane, Paul Marc Joseph Chenavard: Artist of 1848, Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 214 p.
- Théophile Silvestre, Histoire des artistes vivants français et étrangers, Paris, 1856
- Théophile Gautier : description des peintures de Chenavard au Panthéon sur : http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k109148c/f4.image.r=.langFR
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- After Joseph C. Sloane, "Paul Chenavard", The Art Bulletin, vol 33, n° 4, December 1951, p. 240-258, which notes p. 241, which notes that some sources have him born in 1807.
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