Étienne Aubry

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Étienne Aubry (1746–1781) was a French painter.

Aubry was born in Versailles. He studied under J. A. Silvestre and Joseph Vien, and soon became noted for his portraits and genre subjects. He exhibited several works of great merit at the Salon; but his life was cut short in its prime, in which year (1781) he had exhibited the 'Parting of Coriolanus from his Wife.'[1]

Works[edit]

Image Year English title of work French title of work Current location Notes
Louis-Claude Vassé.jpg
1771 Portrait of Louis-Claude Vassé Portrait de Louis-Claude Vassé Versailles, France
Palace of Versailles
[1]
Madame Victoire by Aubry.jpg
1773 Portrait of Madame Victoire Portrait de Madame Victoire Versailles, France
Palace of Versailles
Noël Hallé by Aubry.jpg
1775 Portrait de Noël Hallé Portrait de Noël Hallé Versailles, France
Palace of Versailles
[2]
1775 Paternal Love L'Amour paternel Birmingham, England
Barber Institute of Fine Arts
[3]
1775 The Shepherdess of the Alps La bergère des Alpes Detroit, Michigan
Detroit Institute of Arts
1776-1777 ca. Farewell to the Nurse Les adieux à la nourrice Williamstown, Massachusetts
Clark Art Institute
[4]
1777 Portrait of Christoph Willibald von Gluck Portrait de Christoph Willibald von Gluck Paris, France
The Louvre
[5]
1777 ca. Portrait of a Gentleman Portrait d'un gentilhomme Oxford, England
Ashmolean Museum
[6]
1781 Parting of Coriolanus from his Wife Coriolan quittant sa femme private collection [7]
The Return from the Cave Le retour de la cave Marseille, France
Musée des beaux-arts de Marseille
[8]
The Glass of Wine Le verre de vin Paris, France
The Louvre
[9]
Girl with cat by Aubry.jpg
A Girl and Her Cat Jeune fille et son chat private collection [10]
An Amorous Couple private collection [11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peintures francaises du XVIIIe siècle du Musée du Louvre Musée des beaux-arts de Rennes - 1964 "Étienne AUBRY (attr. à) (Versailles 1745 - Versailles 1781) Elève de JA Silvestre et Vien, académicien en 1775. Mort trop tôt en plein succès."

This article incorporates text from the article "AUBRY, Etienne" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1886–1889 publication now in the public domain.