Irish writer George Moore.

George Moore

(1852 - 1933)

Intent on becoming an artist, George Moore at the age of twenty-one left his native Ireland for Paris, where he fell in with a group of Impressionist painters; Édouard Manet sketched his portrait three times. Moore discovered that he possessed little talent with a brush, and in 1878 he published his first book, The Flowers of Passion, an imitation of Charles Baudelaire’s The Flowers of Evil. He died at the age of eighty in 1933.

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