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Jean Ranc

Jean Ranc Nicolas van Plattenberg, known as de Platte-Montagne, painter oil painting on canvas
Nicolas van Plattenberg, known as de Platte-Montagne, painter
Painting ID::  75453
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Jean Ranc Nicolas van Plattenberg, known as de Platte-Montagne, painter oil painting on canvas



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  Jean Ranc
  French portraits painter, 1674-1735 French painter, active also in Spain. His father was the painter Antoine Ranc (1634-1716), under whom he must have trained. From 1697 he lived in Paris, where he continued his apprenticeship in Hyacinthe Rigaud's studio. After working for some years as Rigaud's assistant, he joined the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in Paris in 1703 and reached the rank of academician as a portrait painter in 1707. As Rigaud's protege he worked for the French court, painting portraits of Louis XV (1718; Versailles, Cheteau) and almost certainly other members of the royal family as well as of the aristocracy. He also painted some allegorical and mythological works, such as Vertumnus and Pomona
  Nicolas van Plattenberg, known as de Platte-Montagne, painter
  Nicolas van Plattenberg, known as de Platte-Montagne (1631-1706), painter Oil on canvas 131 X 98 cm (51.57 X 38.58 in) cjr

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