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SABLET Jean-Francois (b. 1745, Morges, Vaud, d. 1819, Nantes) Nationality : French

French painter, part of a family of artists of Swiss origin. Jean-Francois Sablet and Jacques-Henri Sablet were sons of the painter and picture dealer Jacob Sablet (1720-1798). They both studied at the Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture in Paris as pupils of Joseph-Marie Vien, Jean-Francois in 1768-73 and Jacques-Henri in 1772-75. Although their careers did not follow a similar course, the attribution of their works has frequently been confused. Among Jean-Francois Sablet's early portraits are those of Charles de Bourbon, Comte d'Artois, as Colonel General of the Swiss and Grison Guards (1774; ex-Bourbon-Chalus Collection, Paris) and Charles-Henri, Comte d'Estaing (untraced).

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