Andien de Clermont

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"Young Man Playing the Violin," oil painting by Clermont, 1742 (Victoria and Albert Museum)

Andien de Clermont (died 1783) was a French artist who worked in England in the 18th century (ca.1716-1756).[1][2] He was particularly known for his decorative flower paintings[3] in the Rococo style, and for "singeries, chinoiseries, and turqueries."[4] He decorated interiors at Kirtlington Park, Langley Hall, Wentworth Castle, Wilton House,[4] and "the second earl of Strafford's (now destroyed) dining room at No. 5 St. James's Square, London."


  1. ^ Adolphe Siret. Dictionnaire historique des peintres de toutes les écoles. Paris: Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et cie., 1866
  2. ^ George Wingfield Digby. "English Tapestries at Burlington House." Burlington Magazine, Vol. 97, No. 633 (Dec., 1955)
  3. ^ Chaudon et Delandine, eds. Nouveau dictionnaire historique. Lyon: Bruyset, 1805
  4. ^ a b Jennifer D. Milam. Historical Dictionary of Rococo Art. Scarecrow Press, 2011

Further reading[edit]

  • Ingrid Roscoe. "Andien de Clermont, Decorative Painter to the Leicester House Set." Apollo 123, 1986

External links[edit]

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Tapestry designed by Clermont
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Tapestry designed by Clermont