Daniel Sarrabat

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Daniel Sarrabat, Noah, His Family and the Animals Leaving the Ark, 1688.

Daniel Sarrabat (1666–1748) was a French painter.

Biography[edit]

The son of a family of artists and scholars, Daniel Sarrabat was baptized in Charenton[disambiguation needed] on October 10, 1666.[1] His brother, Isaac Sarrabat, became a popular engraver.[2]

Winner of the Prix de Rome in 1688, he spent the next two years studying at the French Academy in Rome.[3] In 1690, he won first prize in Rome for his painting "Noah and his family out of the ark."[4]

Returning to Lyon, he was the father of mathematician Nicolas Sarrabat.[5]

He died in Lyon on June 21, 1748.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Article on French Wikipedia
  2. ^ Article on French Wikipedia
  3. ^ Article on French Wikipedia
  4. ^ Article on French Wikipedia
  5. ^ Article on French Wikipedia
  6. ^ Article on French Wikipedia