men's portraits 17th century

Portrait of Omer Talon :: Philippe de Champaigne

Portrait of Omer Talon by artist Philippe de Champaigne - men's portraits 17th century
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Philippe de Champaigne (1602-1674) Portrait of Omer Talon

Oil on canvas, 1649 (225 x 161.6 cm) ( 88,6 x 63,5 inch ) National Gallery of Art, Washington

image: Public domain

Philippe de Champaigne was a French painter and engraver of Flemish origin. He was one of the leading masters of the Parisian art school of the 17th century, an outstanding representative of the classicistic "Grand Style" of the reign of Louis XIV and its Italianizing trend, closely linked to Catholic doctrine.

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Elena    June 23, 2014

Bonjour !Est-ce que vous savez si Poussin avait un quelconque rraoppt avec la mythologie, ce que cela repre9sentait pour lui, e9tant donne9 qu'il a peint beaucoup d'oeuvres dans ce genre (je pense surtout e0 Narcisse et Echo ) ?Merci pour cet article !


Thot    July 21, 2014

aliica wingfield - Hi Erin! My name is aliica wingfield and I LOVE this pics you took of Kyle and Whitney. I am actually looking for a spot on the Little Red to take bridal pics of my future niece and these came up from my google search. Would you be willing to tell me the location where you took these? Also, is it the same location as the pics with the steps behind? Thanks so much for any help you are willing to give! Alicia Wingfield


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