CARO-DELVAILLE, HENRI (1878–1928), French painter of portraits, conversation pieces, and nude studies. Born in Bayonne, Caro-Delvaille became known for his elegant and fashionable paintings of women. Of particular interest is My Wife and Her Sisters (1904) depicting the daughters of the rabbi of Bayonne. In 1923 he published a philosophical work entitled L'Invitation à la Vie Intériure.
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