Pierre Charles Cior
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Pierre Charles Cior (1769 – after 1838), a French painter of historical subjects, portraits, and miniatures, was born in Paris in 1769. He was a pupil of Bauzin, and became miniature painter to the king of Spain. Died 1838.
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