Emile Frederic Ragot was born in Paris in 1872 and studied at the L'Ecole de Beaux Arts. His father, Jules Felix Ragot, was a bronze sculptor. Frederick initially worked in oils and pastels, creating landscapes, portraits, and figures. In 1907, the French government purchased Crepuscule to decorate the French legation in Peking. A l'Abri des Grandes Arbes was bought by the city of Paris in 1914 and was added to the Louvre Museum's collection. Frederick was awarded the Gold Prize in the Salon d'Hiver for Le Cobeau Fleuri and the Corat Prize. He became a member of the French Artists Society and an officer in the Public Distinction
Frederic Ragot's work is distinguished by the soft lighting representative of calm morning
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