The history of art is to retain the name of François Bonhomme because he was the first painter of the industry and because he devoted almost all of his work in illustration the first industrial revolution. This work is not only a unique historical testimony on the technological revolution. It also marks as artistic production, a particular aspect of the revolution of the social order which is accomplished with industrialization. All painted works Bonhommé were destroyed, with the exception of two views of Creusot that are in the museum of the city. It has only the prints he made of his paintings and can be seen at the National Library in Paris, as well as some drawings held at Iron museum and Industry in Nancy.
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