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A pretty model, two rival art students (her father's pupils) in love with her, a situation not at all surprising considering how alluring she looks in the garb of a nun, posing for their canvas. One of the young men, Edouard, is of comfortable circumstances, while Jean is a struggler in the clutches of want. But as Georgette watches them paint she observes that Jean is not even casting a glance at his model, but the ecstatic expression on his face shows that pure inspiration guides his brush. When at last the artists have finished their tasks, Edouard is so aggravated by the superiority of his rival's canvas that he seizes an opportunity, when alone, to mutilate the painting with a knife, cutting and ripping it beyond restoration. Great is the sorrow of Jean when he discovers it, and Georgette is sympathetically embracing him when her father discovers them. In anger he orders his pupil from the house. Joan sorrowfully goes to his attic room and hanging a rosary Georgette has given him... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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