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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 Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
72266 A Capriccio of Rome with the Finish of a Marathon Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes A Capriccio of Rome with the Finish of a Marathon Date 1788 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions ? X cm cyf
81781 Cicero Discovering the Tomb of Archimedes Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes Cicero Discovering the Tomb of Archimedes Date 1787 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 119 x 162 cm cjr
85166 Storm by a Lake Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes Storm by a Lake Date 1780(1780) Medium Oil on paper on canvas Dimensions Height: 40 cm (15.7 in). Width: 52 cm (20.5 in). cjr
89486 Storm by a Lake Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes Storm by a Lake 1780(1780) Medium Oil on paper on canvas cyf
85193 the Two Poplar Trees Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes the Two Poplar Trees Date 1780(1780) Medium Oil on paper on cardbord Dimensions Height: 25 cm (9.8 in). Width: 38 cm (15 in). cjr
89502 Valenciennes Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes Valenciennes 1780(1780) Medium Oil on paper on cardbord cyf
89816 View of Rome in the Morning Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes View of Rome in the Morning 1782(1782) and 1784(1784) Medium Oil on paper laid on board cyf
89755 View of the Convent of Ara Coeli with Pines Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes View of the Convent of Ara Coeli with Pines 1780s Medium Oil on paper mounted on board cyf
72094 View of the Palace of Nemi. Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes View of the Palace of Nemi. Landscape from the french painter Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes. View of the Palace of Nemi.

Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes
(December 6, 1750 - February 16, 1819) was a French painter. Valenciennes worked in Rome from 1778 to 1782, where he made a number of landscape studies directly from nature, sometimes painting the same set of trees or house at different times of day.He theorized on this idea in Advice to a Student on Painting, Particularly on Landscape (1800), developing a concept of a "landscape portrait" in which the artist paints a landscape directly while looking upon it, taking care to capture its particular details.Although he spoke of this as a type of painting mainly of interest to "amateurs", as distinguished from the higher art of the academies, he found it of great interest, and of his own works the surviving landscape portraits have been the most noted by later commentators. He in particular urged artists to capture the distinctive details of a scene's architecture, dress, agriculture, and so on, in order to give the landscape a sense of belonging to a specific place; in this he probably influenced other French artists active in Italy who took an anthropological approach to painting rural areas and customs, such as Hubert Robert, Pierre-Athanase Chauvin and Achille-Etna Michallon.
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