Coypel


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Coypel

(French kwapɛl)
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(Biography) Antoine. 1661–1722, French baroque painter, noted esp for his large biblical compositions
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It also shows how a tranche of petites-maitres --from Carle van Loo and Charles-Antoine Coypel, who are usually associated with portraiture and fancy pictures, to the animalier Jean-Baptiste Oudry and the history and classical painter Francois Lemoyne--kept religious art as a regular part of their practice.
late seventeenth century by Noel Coypel for the Gobelins workshop, and
Unlike French women painters, who were limited by enforced proprieties to working on still lifes and portraits, Anna-Dorothea Therbusch painted in a variety of genres that were forbidden to women, such as mythological scenes, mostly in a rococo style influenced by Coypel, Lancret, and Watteau.
Whereas it is helpful to contextualize the first and/or the most dominant representatives of each program in their sociopolitical context (take, for example, Coypel as representative of the French and Vanderbank as representative of the English), it is also the case that visual images in general, and prints in particular, circulated much more freely across national and linguistic boundaries than would a text.
Parisian painter Noel-Nicolas Coypel received many commissions from wealthy aristocrats.
In keeping with the conventions of such French painters as Noel-Nicolas Coypel, his men are tawny and his women, as his three goddesses are here, twists of silver.
I read Don Quixote in French, my native language, as probably did Charles Coypel (1694-1752), first painter to Louis XV, who became the most influential 18th-century illustrator of Cervantes' novel.
The essay describes the work of artists--and includes illustrations--ranging from Jerome David and Jacques Lagniet in the 17th century to Charles-Antoine Coypel in the 18th century and Gustave Dore in the 19th.
Quand on aurait cite les deux Wronese, le Panini, le Saint Franfois Xavier de Poussin, la Descente de croix de Jouvenet, le Saint Antoine an desert du Titien, le portrait de Bossuet et quelques Poussin de petit format, tout cela suffit-il pour faire pardonner la suite de petites toiles placees a hauteur d'appui, faux Canaletti, mauvais Weenix, mauvais Perugin, mauvais Coypel, mauvais Franck, mauvais Peter Neeff, mauvais Allori, pitoyable Guerin; Backhuysen, Van de Velde, Vlieger, Fytt sans valeur aucune?
Even as a painter he learnt the rudiments of his art, after an inadequate apprenticeship, as a jobbing assistant to such ceiling-decorators as Carle Vanloo and No[ddot{e}] Nicolas Coypel.
Crozat purchased the contents of two volumes; those in the other went to the painter Charles-Antoine Coypel (1694-1752).
Lucia Megias aborda en esta publicacion el estudio de aquellos primeros y cruciales siete juegos de ilustraciones--los elaborados por Jacob Savery (y ampliado por Frederic Bouttats), Diego de Obregon, Jacob Harrewyn, Charles Antoine Coypel, John Vanderbank, William Hogarth), Francis Hayman--a traves de los cuales la imagen de los personajes cervantinos quedo conformada en consonancia con el tipo de lectura que cada sociedad y editor realizo de la novela.