Ambroise Dubois

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Ambroise Dubois (1542/43–1614/15) was a Flemish-born French painter.

Dubois was born in Antwerp and became a painter of the second School of Fontainebleau. His influences were Niccolò dell'Abbate and Francesco Primaticcio. Dubois painted primarily portraits and mythological scenes.[1] Dubreuil was painter to Marie de Médicis in 1606, decorating the Queen's Cabinet with episodes from Tancred and Clorinda.[2]

Dubois died in Fontainebleau.


  1. ^ "Ambroise Dubois Biography - (1542–1614), Tancred and Clorinda, Gerusalemme liberata, Theagenes and Chariclea, Aethiopica". Retrieved 2009-11-23.
  2. ^ Leates, Louise. "Dubois, Ambroise". The Oxford Companion to Western Art. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 15 July 2014.