The Renaissance of Northern France

New York philanthropist Anne Morgan, daughter of eminent financier J. P. Morgan, was one figure whose remarkable efforts stood out. She was spurred to action by the destruction of the lovely Gallic villages laid waste by battle and was determined to assist with their recovery. A portrait of Anne, painted by Philip de László and pictured above, is displayed in honor of her tireless work rebuilding war-torn villages.

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