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Victor Adam was a 19th century Parisian illustrator, painter and lithographer. He first attended the Art Academy at the age of 13. He illustrated fairytales and also did sequential art. Although Adam stayed in the French capitol his entire life, his work often featured negroes, Arabs, Chinese and other people from all over the world. His work also depicted a lot of horses and wagon accidents.
Artwork © 1866 Victor Adam
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