Pierre Dupuis

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Nature morte à la branche de prunier suspendue à un mur, grenades et vase de lys sur un entablement sculpté (1663).
Title unknown; still life, melons and plums, Pierre Dupuis, 17th century

Pierre Dupuis or Pierre Dupuys (Montfort-l'Amaury, March 3, 1610-Paris, February 18, 1682) was a French painter.

He lived in Italy, where he met Pierre Mignard (1612–1695) in 1637. He was a specialist of still lifes and his style was influenced by Northern Europe painting and Protestant religion. In his paintings of bouquets, an influence of Jacques Linard (1600–1645) and Louise Moillon (1610–1696). These paintings were very appreciated in his times.

Further reading[edit]

  • Coatalem E., A still-life painter: PIERRE DUPUIS, The stamp. The art object, 1999, No. 335, pp. 48–55, (in French), ISSN 0998-8041, Editions Faton, Dijon, France (1989) (Revue), at INIST-CNRS, Cote INIST: 25659, 35400008348741.0030.