Julius Stewart (1855-1919) was a figure and genre painter from Philadelphia who spent almost his entire life in Paris. From the 1880s through the first decade of the 20th century, he ranked with John Singer Sargent as one of the most popular expatriate American painters in Paris. He was following a genre begun by his friend, Jean Beraud, but Stewart’s more vivacious work was considered especially American.
He painted the life he thoroughly enjoyed, the Parisian high society.
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