Delaroche


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Delaroche

(French dəlɑrɔʃ)
n
(Biography) (Hippolyte) Paul. 1797–1859, French painter of portraits and sentimental historical scenes, such as The Children of Edward IV in the Tower (1830)
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De•la•roche

(də lɑˈroʊʃ, -ˈrɔʃ)

n.
(Hippolyte) Paul, 1797–1856, French historical and portrait painter.
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