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Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry

1828-1886 France/Romanticism

 

Brief Biography-Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry was from La Roche-sur-Yon in Western France. Martin Drolling tutored him, and the artist that influenced him most was Antonio da Correggio. Mythological works were his primary subject and his painting Zenobia Found on the Banks of the Araxes won him the Prix de Rome In 1850. The Pearl and the Wave was his most famous painting. His only historical picture was Charlotte Corday, a painting after The Assassination of Marat by Jacques-Louis David. He painted mostly portraits and won much acclaim for his frescoes which are in public and private buildings throughout Paris.

 

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charles garnier

charles garnier


charlotte corday

charlotte corday


fortune de verges

fortune de verges


madame louis cezard

madame louis cezard


madeleine brohan

madeleine brohan


mme louis singer

mme louis singer

portrait of a p a
chikhachev

portrait of a p a chikhachev


portrait of guillemett

portrait of guillemett


reclining lady

reclining lady

architectural
decoration

study for an architectural decoration

the wave and
the pearl

the wave and the pearl


torment of vestale

torment of vestale


young saint john

young saint john


zenobia

zenobia