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Recherches sur les peintres et les amateurs d'art en Lorraine au XVIIIe siècle

Abstract : The 18th century was a rich period for painters in Lorraine. Thanks to the creation of an academy of an academy of painting and sculpture in Nancy in 1702, and the ducal patronage which lasted until 1766, their social rank improved quite considerably during this period while their material situation remained generally modest. Luneville was a veritable satellite of Versailles with painters such as P. Gobert and J. B Martin; the baroque movement equally found strong expression: F.G Bibiena worked in Nancy where his collaborator G. Barilli settled. Confronted with such diverse influence, the local painters generally followed a middle course, with a certain predilection for the French style which became definitively established after the polish parenthesis of Stanislas. A very active circle of art lovers existed in Nancy and Luneville, etc... And a very large number of local people owned paintings numerous painters from Lorraine -often the best-exercised their talents throughout Europe, particularly in France, the Rhineland regions of Germany and the holy romaine empire.
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Gérard Voreaux. Recherches sur les peintres et les amateurs d'art en Lorraine au XVIIIe siècle. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Nancy 2, 1990. Français. ⟨NNT : 1990NAN21023⟩. ⟨tel-01776825⟩



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