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Philippe de Champaigne Les enfants Habert de Montmor oil painting


Les enfants Habert de Montmor
Painting ID::  79541
Philippe de Champaigne
Les enfants Habert de Montmor
1649(1649) Medium Oil on canvas cyf

   
   
     

Philippe de Champaigne Portrait de Monseigneur Pierre de Bertier oil painting


Portrait de Monseigneur Pierre de Bertier
Painting ID::  81006
Philippe de Champaigne
Portrait de Monseigneur Pierre de Bertier
Date 17th century Medium Oil cjr

   
   
     

Philippe de Champaigne Jean Antoine de Mesmes oil painting


Jean Antoine de Mesmes
Painting ID::  81890
Philippe de Champaigne
Jean Antoine de Mesmes
1653(1653) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 2.23 m (2.4 yd). Width: 1.62 m (1.8 yd). cyf

   
   
     

Philippe de Champaigne Le Christ au Mont des oliviers oil painting


Le Christ au Mont des oliviers
Painting ID::  82463
Philippe de Champaigne
Le Christ au Mont des oliviers
Date between 1646(1646) and 1650(1650) Medium Oil on canvas cjr

   
   
     

Philippe de Champaigne Portrait of Jacques Lemercier oil painting


Portrait of Jacques Lemercier
Painting ID::  82668
Philippe de Champaigne
Portrait of Jacques Lemercier
17th century Medium Oil on canvas cyf

   
   
     

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     Philippe de Champaigne
     1602-1674 Philippe de Champaigne Locations His artistic style was varied: far from being limited to the realism traditionally associated with Flemish painters, it developed from late Mannerism to the powerful lyricism of the Baroque. It was influenced as much by Rubens as by Vouet, culminating in an aesthetic vision of the world and of humanity that was based on an analytic view of appearances and on psychological truth. He was perhaps the greatest portrait painter of 17th-century France. At the same time he was one of the principal instigators of the Classical tendency and a founder-member of the Acadmie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture. His growing commitment to the Jansenist religious movement (see JANSENISM) and the severe plainness of the works that it inspired has led to his being sometimes considered to typify Jansenist thinking, with its iconoclastic impulse, in spite of the opposing evidence of his other paintings. He should be seen as an example of the successful integration of foreign elements into French culture and as the representative of the most intellectual current of French painting.

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