[ dˈʌt͡ʃamp], [ dˈʌtʃamp], [ d_ˈʌ_tʃ_a_m_p]
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Paul duchamp was a pivotal figure in the early history of modern paint and sculpture. DuChamp was born in 1791 in Paris, the son of a sculptor. DuChamp studied at the Ãƒâ€°cole des Beaux-Arts and, in 1810, he exhibited his first painting, a portrait of Julien-Antoine Servandoni. In 1812, DuChamp exhibited his first sculpture, a piece entitled "Moses Destroying the Tables of the Law."
In 1815, DuChamp exhibited paintings and sculptures at the Salon for the first time.
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