Isaac de Camondo
Comte Isaac de Camondo (born 3 July 1851 in Constantinople; died 7 April 1911 in Paris) was a member of the House of Camondo noted primarily as an art collector with a noteworthy interest in the then "avant-garde" artists of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements. He bequeathed his collection to The Louvre in 1908. He worked as a banker and was an amateur composer.
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