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LE BRUN, Charles

LE BRUN, Charles Chancellor Seguier at the Entry of Louis XIV into Paris in 1660 (mk08) oil painting on canvas
Chancellor Seguier at the Entry of Louis XIV into Paris in 1660 (mk08)
Painting ID::  21597
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LE BRUN, Charles Chancellor Seguier at the Entry of Louis XIV into Paris in 1660 (mk08) oil painting on canvas



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  LE BRUN, Charles
  French painter (b. 1619, Paris, d. 1690, Paris) French painter and designer. He dominated 17th-century French painting as no other artist; it was not until over a century later, during the predominance of Jacques-Louis David, that artistic authority was again so concentrated in one man. Under the protection of a succession of important political figures, including Chancellor Pierre S?guier, Cardinal Richelieu and Nicolas Fouquet, Le Brun created a series of masterpieces of history and religious painting. For Louis XIV and his chief minister Jean-Baptiste Colbert he executed his greatest work, the royal palace of Versailles: an almost perfect ensemble of architecture, decoration and landscape. After Colbert's death in 1683, he was no longer able to count on prestigious commissions
  Chancellor Seguier at the Entry of Louis XIV into Paris in 1660 (mk08)
  1660 Oil on canvas 295x351cm Paris,Musee National du Louvre

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