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Noël Hallé

1711-1781 France/Rococo

 

Brief Biography-Noël Hallé was the disciple and son of the painter Claude-Guy Hallé and later Jean Restout II. He won the Prix de Rome in 1736 and studied at the French Academy in Rome. He subsequently became sub-director of the Paris Gobelins tapestry factory in 1771 and director of the French Academy in Rome in 1775. He received the cross of Saint Michael in 1777. His most noted painting is 'Saint Vincent de Paul preaching' in the Versailles Church of Saint Louis. Hallé died in Paris in 1781.

 

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a sayovarde

a sayovarde

 


agesilas

agesilas


death of seneca

death of seneca

eglee smearing
silenus

eglee smearing silenus with blackberries to force him to sing the history of the world


the aurora

the aurora


the harvests

the harvests