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eisabeth Vige-Lebrun
Portrait of Marie Charlotte Bontemps
Date 1789(1789) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 45" x 34 1/2" cyf
ID: 76850

eisabeth Vige-Lebrun Portrait of Marie Charlotte Bontemps
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eisabeth Vige-Lebrun Portrait of Marie Charlotte Bontemps


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eisabeth Vige-Lebrun

(Marie Élisabeth Louise; 16 April 1755 - 30 March 1842) was a French painter, and is recognized as the most famous female painter of the 18th century. Her style is generally considered Rococo and shows interest in the subject of neoclassical painting. Vigee Le Brun cannot be considered a pure Neoclassist, however, in that she creates mostly portraits in Neoclassical dress rather than the History painting. In her choice of color and style while serving as the portrait painter to Marie Antoinette, Vigee   Related Paintings of eisabeth Vige-Lebrun :. | Luisa Maria Adelaida de Borbon Penthievre | Portrait of Count Grigory Chernyshev with a Mask in His Hand | Marquise de Pezay | Portrait du marechal de Segur | self-portrait with Her Daughter |
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Antoine Coypel
1661-1722 French Antoine Coypel Location Antoine studied at the Coll?ge d Harcourt and then trained in his father studio and at the Academie Royale. In 1672 No Coypel was made Director of the Academie de France in Rome, and Antoine, who accompanied his father to Italy, benefited from the education given to the students there. He also joined in their long sessions spent copying Raphael frescoes in the Vatican Loggie and the works of the Carracci and Domenichino in the Palazzo Farnese. He met Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini and Carlo Maratti and was awarded a drawing prize by the Accademia di S Luca. During his return journey Antoine stopped in northern Italy to study the works of Correggio
Andien de Clermont
Andien de Clermont (d.1783) was a French artist who worked in England in the 18th century (ca.1716-1756).[1][2] He was particularly known for his decorative flower paintings[3] in the Rococo style, and for "singeries, chinoiseries, and turqueries."[4] He decorated interiors at Kirtlington Park, Langley Hall, Wentworth Castle, Wilton House,[4] and "the second earl of Strafford's (now destroyed) dining room at No. 5 St. James's Square, London."






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