• Toll-Free (US Only) 1-888-335-3434
  • International Customers 1-954-803-5080

My Cart

Currency

ORDER TODAY! 50% OFF and FREE shipping!

LANEUVILLE Jean-Louis (b. 1748, Paris, d. 1826, Paris) Nationality : French

French painter. He was a pupil of his exact contemporary Jacques-Louis David, with whose work his own has frequently been confused. Nothing is known of his early training. David did not take on pupils until 1781, and Laneuville exhibited at the Salon de la Jeunesse in the Place Dauphine, Paris, from 1783 to 1789. He specialized in portraiture and during the French Revolution (1789-95) produced a sequence of paintings of deputies of the Convention, including Bertrand Barere de Vieuzac (1792-93; Bremen, Kunsthalle), Pierre-Francois-Joseph Robert and Joseph Delaunay (both exh. Salon 1793; Versailles, Chateau) and Jules-Francois Pare (exh. Salon 1795; Paris, Carnavalet).

1 Item(s)

per page

Set Descending Direction

1 Item(s)

per page

Set Descending Direction