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(Paris, France, 1833 - 1914, Sèvres, France)
Bracquemond was a prolific printmaker producing over 900 plates equally distributed between reproductive and original work. He was an active proponent of etching, sometimes annoying the patrons of his reproductive prints by using etching instead of the more conventional medium of engraving. It was Bracquemond who found Corot's first etching plate in the bottom of a box and printed it for him, encouraging him to continue work on it and to produce more plates.