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The House of the Rising Sun School..renowned for their high class spies, and even higher class parties. Beware of these Rising Sun members, for their constant masquerading has fooled many, and failed many a powerful person. This school prefers to be more of a community, and supports starting families. Take care, for members occasionally go missing.

For some reason, the world is enthralled with the idea of the impostor. They're sneaky, deceitful, and devoid of morals—but dang it, they do it with style.

Jean Jacques Karpff dit Casimir (Colmar 1770-Versailles, 1829) « Portrait de jeune femme en buste », miniature en grisaille sur ivoire, ovale, 7,2 x 5,8 cm, Epoque Empire, signée et datée en bas à droite : Casimir ft. Elève de Louis David, Casimir exposa au salon à Paris de 1808 à 1817 avec une médaille de &ère classe en 1809 pour le portrait de l’Impératrice Joséphine qui l’avait invité à peindre à Saint-Cloud. Ses œuvres figurent dans de nombreux musées français et étrangers.

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Portraits de Philippe Yves et de Casimir Karpff by Jean-Jacques Karpff, late to early 19th C.      Unterlinden Museum, Colmar  Jean Jacques KARPFF alias CASIMIR (1770-1829) was a draughtsman, miniaturist and painter.  A pupil of François Joseph Hohr, Karpff went on to further his art skills in Paris in 1790. Legend has it that when he appeared in Jacques-Louis David’s studio, one of his future classmates, judging Karpff unpronounceable David gave him the nickname of “Casimir”.  In 1795, he…

Portraits de Philippe Yves et de Casimir Karpff by Jean-Jacques Karpff, late to early 19th C. Unterlinden Museum, Colmar Jean Jacques KARPFF alias CASIMIR (1770-1829) was a draughtsman, miniaturist and painter. A pupil of François Joseph Hohr, Karpff went on to further his art skills in Paris in 1790. Legend has it that when he appeared in Jacques-Louis David’s studio, one of his future classmates, judging Karpff unpronounceable David gave him the nickname of “Casimir”. In 1795, he…

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