He always asked me to find him a William-Adolphe Bouguereau painting of angels and saints.
"You may smoke," said the Bouguereau child who was grown into womanhood.
Degas was in the habit of calling him the Bouguereau of Naturalism.
The grounds on which the works of Bouguereau and Cabanel are admired are certainly insufficient.
All Bouguereau's opportunities in life were made by himself, by his own genius.
Alicia rose and, crossing the room, carelessly inspected one of the pictures on the wall, a study of the nude by Bouguereau.
He is a true academician at bottom, but a more versatile and cultured painter than either Cabanel or Bouguereau.
She studied in Paris for many years and was a pupil of the great artist Bouguereau, whom she married.
It was a great, warm tinted nude by Bouguereau, a French artist who was startling his day with his daring portrayal of the nude.
An age which went wild over Cabanel and Bouguereau could not possibly be in sympathy with him.