Claude Audran

Claude Audran

Claude Audran

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Claude III Audran est un peintre français né à Lyon en 1657 et mort à Paris en 1734. Créateur de tapisseries et de panneaux décoratifs d'un style léger, il fut peintre du roi et concierge (conservateur) du Palais du Luxembourg. Il eut Watteau comme élève.

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  • Audran — • The family name of four generations of distinguished French artists, natives of Paris and Lyons, which included eight prominent engravers and two painters Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Audran     Audran …   Catholic encyclopedia

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