Jean-Baptiste Mauzaisse

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Jean-Baptiste Mauzaisse (November 1784–1844) was a French painter and lithographer.


Born in Corbeil, he began studying at the École des Beaux-Arts in 1803. His first painting, L'Arabe pleurant son coursier (The Arab Mourning his Steed), won him a first class medal at the exhibition at the Salon in 1812. Mauzaisse's specialty was painting historical subjects, especially battle scenes, but he also painted portraits.[1] In 1822, he was commissioned to decorate several ceilings in the Louvre.

He died in Paris.


  1. ^ Answers Corporation (2011). "Reference Answers". Oxford Grove Art. Oxford University Press, Inc. Retrieved 2011-06-24.

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