William Bouguereau was possibly the greatest classical painter who has ever lived. Born in France in 1825, he captured the physical and spiritual majesty of the white race in one masterpiece after another. His paintings of white females are unparalleled for their beauty. Never has a classical painter expressed the love of family and race so sublimely as Bouguereau. Bouguereau's works were castigated by the avant garde [read: Jews] in his day, but lovers of classical art regarded his paintings as works of incomparable genius. The divine spark of creativity that Yahweh placed in His People shines brightly in his exquisite paintings.