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Marie Bouliard

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Marie-Geneviève Bouliard (1763–1825) was a French artist who primarily painted portraits. She was born in Paris. She was a pupil of Jean-Baptiste Greuze, Joseph-Benoît Suvée, and Joseph Duplessis. In 1791, Bouliard made her debut at the Paris Salon with her painting Woman's Head Crowned with Roses. Her Aspasia, a self-portrait, was produced in 1794. It was exhibited in the 1795 Paris Salon where it received a Prix d'Encouragement. In 1808 she exhibited Head of a Woman. Her painting Portrait of an Actress, Probably Mlle. Bélier was included in the 1905 book Women Painters of the World. Bouliard died in 1825 in Saône-et-Loire. File:Adelaide-Binart-par-Marie-Genevieve-Bouliard.jpg|''Portrait of [[Adélaïde Binart]], épouse Lenoir'' File:Marie-Geneviève Bouliard - Portrait de femme au corsage fleuri, dit aussi Portrait présumé de Mademoiselle Bélier.jpg|Portrait of an actress, or Mlle Bélier, published in ''Women Painters of the World'', 1905 File:Marie-Geneviève B
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