Alphonse Levy was a renowned French artist of the 19th century. He was a prolific painter, known for his portrayals of Parisian nightlife and the commotion of the city's streets. His paintings often featured people enjoying music and dance in the Parisian cafés and cabarets, lending to the artist's fame. His style was a combination of impressionism and realism, creating a distinct aesthetic. Among his most renowned works are A Street Scene in Montmartre, At the Bal Bullier, and The Café Concert at the Ambassadeurs.
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— Mei Wang
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