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GARNIER Etienne-Barthelemy (b. 1759, Paris, d. 1849, Paris) Nationality : French

French painter. Although he was given a sound Classical education to prepare for the magistrature, he found a painter's career more alluring. Despite his late start, he had an impeccable record of success in competition with the pupils of Jacques-Louis David, whose influence he mostly resisted. Trained by Louis-Jacques Durameau, Gabriel-Francois Doyen and Joseph-Marie Vien, he won second place in the Prix de Rome competition in 1787 with Death of Sedecius (Le Mans, Musee Tesse) and first place in 1788 with a strenuously rhetorical Death of Tatius (Paris, Ecole Normale Superieure des Beax-Arts, Paris).

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