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Camille Bellaigue (1858—1930)

Camille Billops (b. 1933)

Camille Bombois (1883—1970)

Camille Chevillard (1859—1923)

Camille Claudel (1864—1943)

Camille Corot (1796—1875) French landscape painter

Camille de Rosillon

Camille Desmoulins (1760—1794)

Camille Erlanger (1863—1919)

Camille Guérin-Gonzales

Camille Howard (b. 1914)

Camille Joseph Roy (1870—1943) Roman Catholic priest and scholar of French-Canadian literature

Camille Lemonnier (1844—1913)

Camille Mauclair (1872—1945)

Camille Paglia (b. 1947)

Camille Pissarro (1830—1903) French painter and graphic artist

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835—1921) French composer, pianist, and organist

Camille Silvy (1835—1910) photographer

Camille W. Brune

Camille Yarbrough (b. 1938)

Charles Louis Camille Sarolea (1870—1953) political writer and French scholar

(Marie-Ennemond) Camille Jordan (1838—1922)


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B. Camille Dalmais, 1978, Paris, France. Initially known for her contributions to fêted French act Nouvelle Vague, this bilingual singer-songwriter emerged in the mid-00s as a solo artist in her ...

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