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April 6 or March 28, 1483 – April 6, 1520. Italian painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Jean-Baptiste Perronneau 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
79213 Jacques Cazotte Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Jacques Cazotte Oil on canvas Dimensions 92.1 x 73 cm (36.3 x 28.7 in) cyf
79970 Jacques Cazotte Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Jacques Cazotte Oil on canvas Dimensions 92.1 x 73 cm (36.3 x 28.7 in) cyf
80291 Jacques Cazotte Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Jacques Cazotte English: c. 1760-1765 Français : vers 1760-1765 xxxxxxx: xx. 1760-1765 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 92.1 x 73 cm (36.3 x 28.7 in) cyf
74907 Madame de Sorquainville Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Madame de Sorquainville 1749(1749) Oil on canvas 101 X 81 cm (39.76 X 31.89 in) cjr
76459 Madame de Sorquainville Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Madame de Sorquainville Date 1749(1749) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 101 ?? 81 cm (39.8 ?? 31.9 in) cyf
78686 Portrait of Charles le Normant du Coudray Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Portrait of Charles le Normant du Coudray ca. 1760(1760) Oil on canvas 62 x 48 cm (24.4 x 18.9 in) cjr
77562 Portrait of Magdaleine Pinceloup de la Grange, nee de Parseval Jean-Baptiste Perronneau Portrait of Magdaleine Pinceloup de la Grange, nee de Parseval 1747(1747) Oil on canvas 64.9 ?? 52.5 cm (25.6 ?? 20.7 in) cjr

Jean-Baptiste Perronneau
(Paris, c. 1715 - Amsterdam, 19 November 1783) was a French painter who specialized in portraits executed in pastels. Perronneau began his career as an engraver, apparently studying with Laurent Cars, whose portrait he drew, and working for the entrepreneurial printseller Gabriel Huquier, rue Saint-Jacques, Paris, making his first portraits in oils, and especially in pastels, in the 1740s. His career was much in the shadow of the master of the French pastel portrait, Maurice Quentin de La Tour. In the Salon of 1750, Perronneau exhibited his pastel portrait of Maurice-Quentin de la Tour, but found to his dismay that La Tour was exhibiting his own self portrait, perhaps a malicious confrontation to demonstrate his superiority in the technique. He made his Salon debut with a pastel portrait in 1746 and received full membership in the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in 1753, with portraits of fellow artist Jean-Baptiste Oudry and the sculptor Lambert-Sigisbert Adam, both now at the Louvre Museum. After 1779 he no longer exhibited in the Paris Salons, but the clientele in his portraits reveal how widely he travelled in the provinces of France, with a group of sitters connected with Orleans, but also in Toulouse, Bordeaux, Lyon. Farther afield he may have been in Turin and Rome, and in Spain, Hamburg, Poland, Russia and England. He died in Amsterdam virtually unknown, according to his biographers.
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