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Jean-François Batut (26 June 1828 in Castres - 21 May 1907) was a French painter known for his portraits, with subjects including Ferdinand de Lesseps and Gustave Eiffel. His son Léopold (born 1856) was also a painter.
- Musees Midi-Pyrenees, Jean-François Batut, accessed 18 December 2012
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