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The Académie Ranson was founded in Paris by the French painter Paul Ranson, who himself studied at the Académie Julian, in 1908.
- also known as Academie Ranson
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by Ian Chilvers, John Glaves-Smith
The Académie Ranson remained a popular training centre for foreign artists up to and after the Second World War. Further Reading: J. Milner, The Studios of Paris (1988) Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris. See BOURDELLE ...
by Delia Gaze
and the Académie Ranson (whose teachers included Paul Sérusier and Maurice Denis).
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