Hyacinthe Collin de Vermont

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Hyacinthe Collin de Vermont painted by Alexander Roslin
Cyrus, as an adolescent, having the son of Artembares whipped, by Hyacinthe Collin de Vermont, Musée Magnin de Dijon

Hyacinthe Collin[1] de Vermont (19 January 1693, Versailles – 16 February 1761, Paris) was a French painter.

Collin de Vermont was a pupil of Jouvenet and of Rigaud.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Bacchus changes the Maenads' works into vine foliage, Musée de Versailles
  • Cyrus, as an adolescent, having the son of Artembares whipped, Musée Magnin de Dijon
  • Jupiter and Mercury at the house of Philemon and Baucis, Musée de Versailles
  • Autumn (beehive), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen
  • Summer (haystack and plough), Musée de Rouen
  • The Shepherd Apulas transformed into an olive tree, Musée de Versailles
  • Belshazzar's Feast, Musée Magnin de Dijon
  • The Mystical Marriage of Saint Catherine, Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon
  • The Rejuvenication of Iolaus by Hebe, Musée de Versailles
  • The Marriage Feast of Alexander and Roxana, Paris ; Musée du Louvre

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sometimes called Colin.
  2. ^ Hyacinthe Rigaud was his godfather, and it was from him that he got his first name.

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