Académie de Saint-Luc
The Académie de Saint-Luc was a painters' guild set up in Paris in 1391 by the Provost of Paris, along the lines of the Guilds of Saint Luke in the rest of Europe. In the 17th century it was particularly joined by painters who did not have access to the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture (set up in 1648), such as:
- Jean Bassange.
- Chaise, father of Charles-Édouard Chaise.
- Nicolas Fouché.
- Jean-Baptiste Lallemand.
- Nicolas-Jean-Baptiste Raguenet.
- Guillaume Voiriot.
- Jacques, sculptor, faïence artist of the Sceaux and of Bourg-la-Reine.