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Oudry

(French udri)
n
(Biography) Jean-Baptiste (ʒɑ̃batist). 1686–1755, French rococo painter and tapestry designer, noted esp for animal and hunting scenes
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Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Hunting Scene (Jagdstuck), which is the work Hunting Piece by the same artist in the 1950 MFAA inventory at number '2006/2' (the number remains at present on the back of the painting), Hildebrand having five years earlier claimed to have acquired it in Paris in 1942; (45)
Jean Baptise Oudry's 18th century still life of Hare, Red-legged Partridge and Snipe was similar in content but showed no weapon.
Animal identities, such as Jean-Baptiste Oudry's illustrations for La Fontaine's eighteenth century fables, articulated the dynamics of the animal: human binary at the level of composition.
Chapter 4 hurries through the history of animal illustration, concentrating on La Fontaine, Oudry, and Buffon.
During a 1749 engagement at Paris's Saint Germain fair, an annual Dionysian event improbably held during Lent, Clara was visited by the French artist and noted workaholic Jean-Baptiste Oudry, who scrupulously studied her form before embarking on an enormous, life-size rendering of the fabled creature.
These include masterpieces by the artists Rembrandt, Titian, Klimt, Matisse, Turner, Girardon, and Oudry.
8 - A still life work by Jean Baptiste Oudry valued at pounds 5m was stolen from a private estate in Norfolk in 1992.
A still-life by Jean Baptiste Oudry valued at pounds 5million was stolen from a private estate in Norfolk in 1992.