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Painting ID::  8229
Imaginary Landscape dg
1660s Oil on canvas, 57 x 66,5 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

MILLET, Francisque Imaginary Landscape dg oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

MILLET, Francisque
French Baroque Era Painter, 1642-1679 French painter. The little that is known about his life is derived from the chapter on Flemish, German and Dutch painting in Le Comte's work (1699). His oeuvre remains ill-defined, in part because he seems never to have signed his paintings and in part because after his death (by poisoning) both his son Jean Millet (c. 1666-1723) and later his grandson Joseph Millet (c. 1688-1777) took the name Francisque and continued to paint landscapes in his style. The firmest point of reference for attributions to Millet is a series of 28 engravings after his works made by one Theodore, possibly a pupil. They are all landscapes, some with religious, mythological or heroic genre subjects,
Imaginary Landscape dg
1660s Oil on canvas, 57 x 66,5 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

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