Self Portrait, 1859
White Roses, 1875
The Dubourg Family, 1878
Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) was a French 19th century painter. He painted many portraits and still lifes, but also worked in the field of lithography, which was a kind of printing technique.
As far as legacy goes, Fantin-Latour is not particularly well-known today, at least outside of France. Perhaps this is because he was working at the same time as artists like Monet, Courbet, Degas, Renoir and Manet: imagine trying to compete with that lot! His work is substantially more demure and traditional than these ground-breaking realists and impressionists.