Claude-Guy Hallé

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Claude Guy Hallé by Jean Legros - 1725 Versailles
The Doge of Genoa at Versailles on the 15 May 1685 Reparation faite à Louis XIV par le Doge de Gênes by Claude Guy Halle, Palace of Versailles.

Claude-Guy Hallé (17 January 1652, Paris – 5 November 1736, Paris) was a French painter. He was the son of the painter Daniel Hallé.

Claude Guy Hallé won the prix de Rome in 1675 for The Transgression of Adam and Eve. He was crowned many times by the Académie royale de peinture. He was entrusted with many large works at the royal residences of Meudon and Trianon. His son was the painter Noël Hallé and his daughter, Marie-Anne Hallé (b 1704), married the painter Jean II Restout.[1]

Works[edit]

  • The Transgression of Adam and Eve, 1675
  • Jeux d'enfants : le saut du chien, French embassy in Germany
  • Presentation in the Temple, Rouen ; Musée des beaux-arts
  • Adoration of the Mahgi, Musée d’Orléans
  • The Annunciation, Musée du Louvre
  • Reparation by the doge of Genoa to Louis XIV, 15 May 1685, Musée de Marseille
  • Simon Hurtrelle (1648-1724), Musée de Versailles

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Retrieved. Sep. 13, 2008.