Jean-Baptiste Claudot

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The colonnade in ruins, 1764

Jean-Baptiste Charles Claudot (1733–1805), a French painter of landscapes, flowers, and still-life, was born in Badonviller (Vosges). Several of his works are in the Museum of Nancy, where he died. He was a student of Girardet and a friend of Joseph Vernet.

Bayon and the Moselle, ca. 1800

His painting showcased landscapes and ancient ruines.

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