Talk:Claude Lorrain

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the english version of the Claude Story is very different with the french in the wikipedia website.

Please be sure that the informations in this page are true.

For example, The family name wasn't Gele any time. The true orthographe we know is Gellée. With two "l", one "é" and an "e".

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I've got rid of the 'now-infamous' description of Augustin Tassi. I know it seems a bit tiresome to complain about this. However, in this particular case I feel it is a bit confusing. Was his behaviour infamous then? That is a judgement. Is 'famous in a bad way' meant? And if so, why now? Is he famous at all? All in all, too confusing to stand.

Tomwootton 11:52, 13 May 2007 (UTC)

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