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OLLIVIER Michel-Barthelemy (b. 1712, Marseille, d. 1784, Paris) Nationality : French

French painter. He served his apprenticeship with Carle Van Loo before going to Spain in 1734 with van Loo's nephew, Louis-Michel, who was appointed court painter to King Philip V that year. Ollivier returned to France in 1763 and joined the Academie de St Luc, Paris, where he exhibited a portrait of his wife in 1764. He was approved by the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, and he became the official painter of Louis Francois I, Prince of Conti. His four major surviving works: Afternoon Tea at the Temple; and Feast Given to the Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg at l'Isle-Adam in 1766, Stag Caught in the Water in front of the Chateau of l'Isle-Adam and Supper of the Prince of Conti.

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