Blackminster, gray skies.
|In addition to painters and other artists, Milcendeau had many important friends in France and around Europe. I'll note only the name of Georges Clemenceau, whose portrait you may see in the upper left between Francis and Kelly. Clemenceau was also a Vendéen, and is remembered here largely for his work to establish France as a democratic republic, his publication of the "J'Accuse" letter by Emile Zola, and his role as "Father of Victory" in World War I. His differences with the American President Wilson are well known to many.|
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