Jacques Linard

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Jacques Linard, Les cinq sens et les quatre éléments, an example of Chinese porcelain in European painting, 1627.

Jacques Linard (1597–1645) was a French painter of the first half of the 17th century. He painted still-lives. He was baptised on the 6th of September, 1597. His first records of being of artist was in the 1620s. He was married in 1626 to the daughter of a Parisian Master Painter. In 1631 he is quoted as a painter.[1]

The poem shown on the cup is one of the famous Chinese poet Su Shi, Su Dongpo at Red Cliff.

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