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Catalogue Illustré du Salon was an illustrated French language catalog of the Paris Salon, an annual art exhibition begun in 1667 and administered from 1881 onward by the Société des Artistes Français. The title has varied somewhat over time.
The first official illustrated Catalogue was published in 1879. Volumes after 1914 are hard to find online, possibly due to a break in publication after World War I began. At some point, however, catalogues were once again issued, and they are published with present-day Salons.
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