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Charles Yriarte (1832–1898)

Yriarte, Charles Émile (i-ri-ärt’). A journalist and writer of Spanish descent; born at Paris, Dec. 5, 1832; died at Philadelphia, April 8, 1898. Among his works are: ‘Spanish Society’ (1864); ‘Parisian Portraits’ (1865); ‘The Life of a Venetian Patrician in the Sixteenth Century’ (1874); ‘Venice: Its History, Art, Industry, the City and its Life’ (1879); ‘Italian Sculpture in the Fifteenth Century’ (1885); ‘Francesca da Rimini’ (1882); ‘Cesar Borgia’ (1888).