Seraphine

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Anne

Like Camille Claudel, Seraphine de Senlis was a gifted and talented artist whose work exceeded the conventions of the era in which she lived. This film is a tribute to Seraphine’s life as an artist, a woman who had to paint despite the exigencies and hardships of her life circumstances. Her ...Read more

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MaryAnn

.Wonderful photography for that time. Great reveal of the harsh conditions of survival that are met with courage.

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Catherine

Wonder which museum has her paintings. Would love to see them.

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Joy

If you dream of being in the French countryside this will appeal

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elizabeth

How come this terrific artist is worldly unknown?!!

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