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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 LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
7782 Maurice, Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France sg LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Maurice, Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France sg 1748 Pastel on paper, 59,5 x 49 cm Gemäldegalerie, Dresden
7783 Mlle Ferrand Meditating on Newton f LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Mlle Ferrand Meditating on Newton f 1753 Pastel on paper, 73 x 60 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich
30620 Portrait of Madame de Pompadour LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Portrait of Madame de Pompadour mk68 Pastel on canvas Paris,Louvre 1755 France
33777 Self-Portrait LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Self-Portrait mk86 1751 Pastel 64.5x53cm Amiens,Musee de Picardie
64695 Self-Portrait LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Self-Portrait 1751 Pastel on paper Mus?e de Picardie, Amiens Artist:LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Title: Self-Portrait, 1701-1750, French , painting , portrait
21901 Self-Portrait (mk08) LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Self-Portrait (mk08) 1751 Pastel 64.5x53cm Amiens,Musee
7784 Self-Portrait s LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de Self-Portrait s 1751 Pastel on paper Mus??e de Picardie, Amiens

LA TOUR, Maurice Quentin de
French Rococo Era Painter, 1704-1788 French pastellist. He was one of the greatest pastellists of the 18th century, an equal of Jean-Simeon Chardin and Jean-Baptiste Perronneau. Unlike them, however, he painted no works in oils. Reacting against the stately portraits of preceding generations and against the mythological portraits of many of his contemporaries, La Tour returned to a more realistic and sober style of work. The fundamental quality of his art lies in his ability to suggest the temperament and psychology of his subjects by means of their facial expression, and thereby to translate their fugitive emotions on to paper: 'I penetrate into the depths of my subjects without their knowing it, and capture them whole', as he himself put it. His considerable success led to commissions from the royal family, the court, the rich bourgeoisie and from literary, artistic and theatrical circles.
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