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Tissot

[ tee-soh ]

noun

  1. James Jo·seph Jacques [zh, a, m zhaw-, zef, zhahk, zheymz], 1836–1902, French painter.


Tissot

/ ˈtɪsəʊ /

noun

  1. TissotJames Joseph Jacques18361902MFrenchARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: etcher James Joseph Jacques. 1836–1902, French painter and etcher, best known for scenes of fashionable Victorian life painted in England


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Then ignoring Mercier, but looking blandly at the young man who sat facing him at the table, "What is this of Tissot?"

Unwarned, he had acted it is probable as Tissot had acted, weakly and stormily: warned, he had no excuse if he failed her.

Thus had Tissot begun, flying out at them, fleeing from them, a thing of mingled fury and weakness.

A large illustrated edition—Doré's or Tissot's—will please and instruct them from their earliest days.

He did not live in it long, and it passed into the hands of Dr. Tissot.

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