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Jean Joseph Vaudechamp, 1790-1866.

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp, 1790-1866.

by Jean Joseph Vaudechamp

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Published by Louisiana State Museum in [New Orleans .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Lynne W. Farwell, catalogue] Exhibition presented by the Louisiana State Museum and the Friends of the Cabildo. November 13, 1967-January 7, 1968, the Presbytere, New Orleans, La.
ContributionsFarwell, Lynne W., Louisiana State Museum., Friends of the Cabildo.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND553.V37 F3
The Physical Object
Pagination[19] p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5637018M
LC Control Number68064772

Most book references; Most unusual names; Research by Regional Interests; Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp ( - ) Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp was active/lived in Louisiana / France. JeanJoseph Vaudechamp is known for portrait-prominent persons. Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp Subscribers may view all 31 auction records for JeanJoseph Vaudechamp.   Joseph J. Vaudechamp (), Portrait of a Lady, Oil, Oil on canvas France/USA, Joseph Jean Vaudechamp () – French painter Signed and dated 'Vaudechamp ' lower right On the reverse with stamp of the Parisian shop for art supplies Dimensions: x cm Gilt stucco frame: 94 x 80 cm Good condition.

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French-born New Orleans artist, –) Mme Francoise St Amant French-born Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (–) was a was a pupil of Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson. In the winter of –32, he sailed to New Orleans, Louisiana, seeking his fortune. Courtesy of Louisiana State Museum “Antoine Jacques Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville”. Vaudechamp, Jean-Joseph (Artist) A lthough he was in New Orleans for only a relatively brief period, French painter Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp almost single-handedly transformed the direction of portrait painting in Louisiana. During the s, Vaudechamp regularly visited New Orleans during the winter.

Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (–) was a French painter born in Rambervillers, Vosges. He was a pupil of Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson. The market in Paris was competitive, so in the winter of –32, he went to try his fortunes in New Orleans, Louisiana. Get this from a library! Vaudechamp in New Orleans. [William Keyse Rudolph] -- "During the s, Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp () spent his winters in Louisiana, establishing himself as the region's leading portrait painter. He was, quite simply, the best-educated artist yet.


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During the s, Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp () spent his winters in Louisiana, establishing himself as the region's leading portrait painter. He was, quite simply, the best-educated artist yet to have worked in New Orleans. Author William Keyse Rudolph traces the life and work of the French portraitist.5/5(1).

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Farwell. A formally-trained French portraitist who found success in antebellum New Orleans, Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp was born in Rambervillers, in the old Vosges department of France near the German border.

As a child, he was sent to live with his paternal aunt, Marie-Jean, whose husband, Jacques Delille, was a famous poet and translator of classical.

Most artists were itinerant, traveling from city to city in search of commissions. One of the most well-known itinerant portrait artists of his time was Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (), a native of France who painted in New Orleans during the s.

In he began his training in Paris with Anne-Louis Girodet at the age of twenty. Aug 9, - Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (), Portrait of Edmond Jean Forstall and Desirée Forstall:: Painting in Louisiana from the Historic New Orleans Collection.

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New Orleans, ), "Portrait of a Louisiana Gentleman, possibly a member of the Delacroix family",oil on canvas, signed and dated upper right, pencil-inscribed "Madame De la Croix", handwritten label and inscription "M.

Lefevre-Foinet" en verso, 32 in. x 25 1/2 in., period frame. Note: Likely one of Vaudechamp's earliest New Orleans. Get print book. No eBook available. Go to Google Play Now» Jean Joseph Vaudechamp () in France and Louisiana. William Keyse Rudolph.

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Description: Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French, ; Active New Orleans ), "Portrait of a Man and a Woman, Presumably Baroness Louise Deconchy Receiving Word of Her Husband's Death in Battle", oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left "Vaudechamp, ", /4" x 23", reverse label inscribed in pen and ink "Baronne Louise Deconchy, epouse du general d' Empire Vincent Martel.

Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp ~ French Artist ( ) ~ Painted portraits in New Orleans, Lousiana several months of the year.7 pins. During the s Parisian artist Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp (–) spent his winters in Louisiana, establishing himself as the region’s leading portrait painter.

He was, quite simply, the best-educated artist yet to have worked in New Orleans, a graduate of the École des. French-born Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (–) was a was a pupil of Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson.

In the winter of –32, he sailed to New Orleans, Louisiana, seeking his fortune. Many of the Louisiana Creoles identified with French culture Missing: book.

Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp (French, ), "Portrait de Femme",oil on canvas, signed and dated upper right, 29 in. x 23 1/2 in., framed. Ill. Rudolph, William Keyse. Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp () in France and Louisiana. Bryn Mawr College Doctor of Philosophy Thesis,p. Note: Jean Joseph Vaudechamp rarely painted nudes, with only two known to exist today.

In the. - Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French-born New Orleans artist, ) Ms. Francoise St Amant French-born Jean Joseph Vaudechamp () Was a pupil of Anne Was a Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson. In the winter ofhe Sailed to New Orleans, Louisiana, seeking His fortune.

Many of the Louisiana Creoles APPROBAT Missing: book. Jean Joseph Vaudechamp French, – Marie Françoise Élisabeth Célima St. Marc Darby, Madame Eugène Fortier II, Oil on canvas Historic New Orleans Collection, Bequest of Elise Soniat, Anthony Rasch New Orleans, Louisiana, ca.

Pitcher, ca. Coin silver The Historic New Orleans Collection, Pierre. Description. Jean-Joseph Vaudechamp (French,act. New Orleans, ), "Portrait of a Louisiana Gentleman, possibly a member of the Delacroix family",oil on canvas, signed and dated upper right, pencil-inscribed "Madame De la Croix", handwritten label and inscription "M.

Lefevre-Foinet" en verso, 32 in. x 25 1/2 in., period frame. LOUISIANA PLANTATION COUNTRY members. Our group is for posting and discussing Louisiana plantations, historical buildings and any history.Jean Joseph Vaudechamp (French, ; Active New Orleans ), "Portrait of a Young Woman, Partially Draped", signed and dated "Vaudechamp ", /4" x 29".

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