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Jérôme de la Gorce

French designer, ornamentalist and engraver. The Berain family moved to Paris c. 1644. Berain’s father, also called Jean Berain, and his uncle Claude Berain were master gunsmiths. In 1659 Berain published a series of designs for the decoration of arms, Diverses pièces très utiles pour les arquebuzières...

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South Netherlandish painter, sculptor, architect and designer of woodcuts, stained glass and tapestries. Son of the Deputy Mayor of the village of Aelst, he was married twice, first to Anna van Dornicke (d 1529), the daughter of the Antwerp painter Jan Mertens, who may have been his teacher; they had two children, Michel van Coecke and ...

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French, 17th century, male.

Born c. 1620, in Abbeville; died 9 March 1674, in Paris.

Painter, engraver (burin).

The son of a master embroiderer, and father of Alexandre Lenfant, Jean Lenfant trained under his cousin Claude Mellan, whose style he imitated. He engraved about 200 prints, 93 of which were portraits executed in the manner of Charles Le Brun, J. Dieu, Pierre Mignard and Ponchel, among others. Most of his subjects were religious....

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Nicholas Penny

Italian painter, draughtsman and architect. He has always been acknowledged as one of the greatest European artists. With Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Titian, he was one of the most famous painters working in Italy in the period from 1500 to 1520, often identified as the High Renaissance, and in this period he was perhaps the most important figure. His early altarpieces (of ...

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French, 17th century, male.

Born c. 1575, in Orléans; died after 1657, in Paris.

Engraver.

Vallet did burin engravings of flowers and garden views and was also an embroiderer.

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Dutch painter, draughtsman, etcher and tapestry designer, active in Flanders and Spain. His early paintings show links with the work of Jan van Scorel, Jan Gossart and Bernard van Orley; it is thus assumed that he trained in the northern Netherlands, probably together with van Scorel in the workshop of ...