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GAGNERAUX Benigne (b. 1756, Dijon, d. 1795, Firenze) Nationality : French

French painter and engraver. He was one of the most important artists to emerge from Francois Devosge's school of art in Dijon. His reputation, like that of his fellow Dijonnais artist Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, is based on a number of Neo-classical works of a pleasingly poetic character, which Devosge had encouraged. In 1776 he became the first artist from the Dijon art school to win the Prix de Rome with his painting of an uplifting moral subject, Manius Curius Dentatus Refusing the Presents of the Samnites (Nancy, Musee des Beaux-Arts).

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