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Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (April 4, 1758 – February 16, 1823) was a French Romantic painter and draughtsman best known for his allegorical paintings and portraits such as Madame Georges Anthony and Her Two Sons (1796). Notably, he painted a portrait of each of Napoleon's two wives. He was an early influence on Théodore Géricault.
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Born 4 April 1758. Student of F. Desvoges, painter, at the École de Dijon. Left Dijon for Paris in 1780. Became a member of the Institut de France in 1816. Comment on works: Portraits, allegory
French, Parisian
Artist, Portraitist, Painter
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