Jean François Raffaëlli was a mostly self-taught French painter, sculptor and printmaker, who belonged to the impressionist style. He was also active as an actor and writer. Raffaëlli produced mostly costume pictures until 1876, when he began to depict the people of his time — particularly peasants, workers, and rag-pickers seen in Paris suburbs — in a realistic style. In his later years, he concentrated on color printmaking. Raffaëlli was French, but of Italian descent.
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