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Montana Freemason  November 2013	                             Volume 89 Number 5
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                                                        About the Cover:

                         Attributes of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture. 1769
 Anne Vallayer-Coster, born 1744 in France. She apparently had no studio training under a professional, but
 rather received her training from a variety of sources. By the age of twenty-six, Vallayer-Coster was still
 unknown with no sponsor. She submitted two of her stilllifes (one of The Attributes of Painting, and The
 Attributes of Music) to the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, as reception pieces in 1770. She
 was unanimously elected into the Royal Académie making her one of only four women accepted into the
 Académie prior to the French Revolution. This painting is in the holdings of the Louvre.

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