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Reference to source: Jean Baptiste Prosper Bressant at The Musée Carnavalet, Paris
|Title||Jean Baptiste Prosper Bressant|
|Dimensions||Height, 46 cm|
|Scanner||Photogrammetry and zBrush sculpting|
Jean Baptiste Prosper Bressant (1815–1886) was a French actor born in Chalon-sur-Saône, Saône-et-Loire, in 1815. In 1838 he went to the French theatre at St. Petersburg, where for eight years he played important parts with ever-increasing reputation. His success was confirmed at the Gymnase when he returned to Paris in 1846, and he made his debut at the Comédie Française as a full-fledged sociétaire in 1854.
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