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Jules Bastien-Lepage was born in the town of Damvillers, Meuse of France, in 1848 and passed on only 36 brief years after the fact, in 1884. Bastien-Lepage was a French naturalist painter. He experienced childhood in a grape plantation and was urged by his folks to seek regular creative gifts. His dad was additionally a painter, and as a kid, Bastien-Lepage concentrated under him. There he worked under the craftsman, Cabanel. Like a Nobleman, he battled when he was required during the Franco-Prussian war. In 1880 he displayed “Joan Of Arc” at the Royal Academy; this piece is maybe one of his generally popular. Before his demise, he was lucky to venture out to Italy. Because of sickness, he passed on at the young age of 36.