François-Louis Dejuinne

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Girodet painting Pygmalion and Galathea in the presence of Sommariva, 1821, now at the Musée Girodet in Montargis

François-Louis Dejuinne (1786–1844[1][2]) was a French painter. He was born in Paris in 1786, and learned the art of painting under Girodet. He visited Rome, where he studied the works of Titian, Paolo Veronese, and other great masters. He died in Paris in 1844. His paintings were mostly historical; among them are the 'Ascension of the Virgin ' and 'St. Geneviève ' for Notre-Dame de Lorette, and 'The Four Seasons' for the Trianon Palace.

Clovis I, 1835, now at the Palace of Versailles


  1. ^ Bokenkotter, Thomas S. (20 January 2004). A concise history of the Catholic Church. Doubleday. p. 100. ISBN 978-0-385-50584-0. Retrieved 26 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Wettlaufer, Alexandra (23 June 2001). Pen vs. paintbrush: Girodet, Balzac, and the myth of Pygmalion in post-revolutionary France. Palgrave Macmillan. p. 107. ISBN 978-0-312-23641-0. Retrieved 26 May 2011.