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(c. 1431 – c. 1506), a North Italian Renaissance painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Jean-Germain Drouais 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
77612 guitar Jean-Germain  Drouais guitar Date 1775(1775) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 83 ?? 68 cm (32.7 ?? 26.8 in) cyf
1004 Madame Drouais Jean-Germain  Drouais Madame Drouais Musee du Louvre, Paris
1005 Marius at Minturnae Jean-Germain  Drouais Marius at Minturnae 1786 Musee du Louvre, Paris
20718 Marius Imprisoned at Minturnae (mk05) Jean-Germain  Drouais Marius Imprisoned at Minturnae (mk05) Canvas 106 1/2 x 143 1/2''(271 x 365 cm)From Plutarch.Acquired from the artist'sfamily in 1816 INV
44191 The Woman of Canaan at the Feet of Christ Jean-Germain  Drouais The Woman of Canaan at the Feet of Christ 1784 Oil on canvas, 114 x 146 cm

Jean-Germain Drouais
1763-1788 French Jean Germain Drouais Locations Son of Francois-Hubert Drouais. He trained first with his father and in 1778 enrolled at the Academie Royale, becoming a pupil of Nicolas-Guy Brenet. Around 1781 he entered Jacques-Louis David studio as one of his first pupils. The following year, though not officially entered for the competition, he painted that year Prix de Rome subject, the Return of the Prodigal Son (Paris, St Roch), presumably as a trial for his own edification. The picture has a friezelike composition and reveals both the influence of Jean-Francois Peyron and David as well as debts to Poussin and Italian 17th-century sources. In 1783 Drouais reached the Prix de Rome final with the Resurrection of the Son of the Widow of Nain (Le Mans, Mus. Tesse) but was eliminated from the competition in extraordinary circumstances: impatient to know his master opinion, Drouais cut a section off the canvas and smuggled it out of the competition rooms. David acknowledged it to be the best thing his favourite pupil had yet done, but by his hasty action Drouais had disqualified himself. However, the following year he won the prize, and great acclaim, with the Woman of Canaan at the Feet of Christ (Paris, Louvre), an extremely accomplished piece influenced by Poussin work and David Belisarius (Lille, Mus. B.-A.).
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