Andien de Clermont
Andien de Clermont (died 1783) was a French artist who worked in England in the 18th century (ca.1716-1756). He was particularly known for his decorative flower paintings in the Rococo style, and for "singeries, chinoiseries, and turqueries." He decorated interiors at Kirtlington Park, Langley Hall, Wentworth Castle, Wilton House, and "the second earl of Strafford's (now destroyed) dining room at No. 5 St. James's Square, London."
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- George Wingfield Digby. "English Tapestries at Burlington House." Burlington Magazine, Vol. 97, No. 633 (Dec., 1955)
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- Jennifer D. Milam. Historical Dictionary of Rococo Art. Scarecrow Press, 2011
- Ingrid Roscoe. "Andien de Clermont, Decorative Painter to the Leicester House Set." Apollo 123, 1986
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