Martin Drölling

1752-1817 France/Baroque

 

Brief Biography-Martin Drölling was from the town of Oberbergheim. He entered the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris as his first formal instruction. His painting “Interior of a Kitchen” gained him high recognition in 1817 when exhibited at the salon and went on to be hung at the Louvre. He was employed by the Sèvres porcelain manufactory from 1802 where his works were engraved. His son Michel Martin became a successful historical and portrait painter who received the Grand Prix de Rome and became a professor of the École des Beaux-Arts.

 

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alms to the poor

alms to the poor

barthelemy c comte
de dreux nancre

barthelemy charles comte de dreux nancre


breakfast

breakfast


child with lamb

child with lamb

claude nicolas
ledoux

claude nicolas ledoux

girl copying
a drawing

girl copying a drawing


interior of a kitchen

interior of a kitchen


laundry

laundry

portrait of the artist's
son as a drummer

portrait of the artist's son as a drummer

 


the artist's daughter

the artist's daughter

 

the
fortune teller

the fortune teller

the
little milk girl

the little milk girl

the messenger or
the good news

the messenger or the good news

the showman
marchand

the showman marchand

woman rescuing an
unhappy family

young woman rescuing an unhappy family