Fanny Laurent was born in Paris in 1848, apparently marrying at quite a young age; her pictures are signed with her married name, Fleury. She was a pupil of both Jean-Jacques Henner and Carolus Duran (the latter opened his own studio in 1872 and also taught John Singer Sargent), and became noted as a portrait and figure painter, although she also produced genre scenes and still life paintings (such as Trophées de chasse & de peche, and Still life with roses and raspberries). She showed her work at the Salon from 1869 until 1882, and received an honourable mention in the 1889 Exposition Universelle. She also exhibited in the Salons of St-Etienne and Dijon, and her work can be seen in the Musées de Béziers (L’abri de Varech) and de Cette (Le repos du modèle).
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