Claude Audran III
Claude Audran III (August 5, 1658 – May 27, 1734) was a French painter.
Audran was born in Lyon into a family of artists. He lived with his uncle, Claude Audran the Younger. Painter to the Louis XIV of France in 1699. From 1700-1701 he took part in the decoration of the Menagerie of Versailles and the Chapels of Versailles, and the Palace of Fontainebleau, Château d'Anet, Château de Meudon, and Les Invalides. In 1704, he decorated the new apartment of the Duchess at the Château de Sceaux. Audran obtained the office of Keeper of the Luxembourg Palace in 1704. In 1709, he executed a backdrop for King Louis XIV at the Château de Marly. This setting, now destroyed, is known from preparatory drawings.
References and sources
- "Brief Bio Claude Audran III". Retrieved 2009-10-26.
- This article incorporates text translated from the corresponding French Wikipedia article.
- Media related to Claude Audran III at Wikimedia Commons
- "The Audran" by Georges Duplessis (French), 1892
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