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DROUAIS Jean-Germain (b. 1763, Paris, d. 1788, Roma) Nationality : French

French painter, part of a family of painters. His father, Francois Hubert Drouais, and his grandfather, Hubert Drouais, were well-known portrait painters; and it was from his father that he received his first artistic instruction. In 1778 enrolled at the Academie Royale, becoming a pupil of Nicolas-Guy Brenet. Around 1781 he entered Jacques-Louis David's studio as one of his first pupils. The following year, though not officially entered for the competition, he painted that year's Prix de Rome subject, the Return of the Prodigal Son (Paris, St Roch), presumably as a trial for his own edification.

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