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(ˌmɛs ənˈyeɪ, ˌmeɪ sən-)

Jean Louis Ernest (ʒɑ̃) 1815–91, French painter.
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Les etals du marche Meissonier a la rue Ferhat-Boussad sont bien achalandes.
(28) Pierre-Arnaud Chouvy and Joel Meissonier, Yaa-baa production, traffic and consumption of methamphetamine in mainland Southeast Asia (Singapore: Singapore University Press; Bangkok: IRASEC, 2004).
Some of the richest recent monographs--such as Marc Gotleib's study of Ernest Meissonier, the master of historical genre painting--have demonstrated the sophistication and reflexivity of painters who enjoyed commercial acclaim and court encouragement.
(4.) Molinari N, Ortega I, Meissonier M, Thompson W, Wortley P, Bridges C.
Although the study of this topic began in the 1960s (Bartis and Mitev, 2008), this situation continues to grow, reflecting how necessary it is to deepen its study (Al-Ahmad et al., 2009; Conboy, 2010; Meissonier and Houze, 2010; Laudon and Laudon, 2012; Mithas et al., 2012).
(20.) In spite of its name, the triennale, led on behalf of the state by Ernest Meissonier, had only one edition, in 1883.
Mark's School "admired the large Meissonier reproductions of Napoleon ...
Many of Pyle's iconic Revolutionary War scenes seem to have been strengthened by knowledge of the work of the French Salon artist, Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier, whose military scenes of the Napoleonic Wars were immensely popular.
It takes you into the town and out on to the headland to admire paintings along the way by artists such as Monet, Boudin and Meissonier, as well as Picasso.
Artists like Ernest Meissonier and Isidore Pils chronicled the Emperor's military exploits, Jean-Leon Gerome conjured Orientalist themes reinforcing imperialist ambitions, while Jules Breton specialized in scenes of contented peasants.