Matthieu de La Teulière
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Matthieu de La Teulière († 1702) was a 17th-century French artist. From 1684 to 1699 he was the director of the French Academy in Rome.
- Entry for Arria and Poetus by Jean-Baptiste Théodon in the Base Joconde of the French Ministère de la Culture
- Archives of the Academy of France in Rome
- Book about the art politics of Louis XIV.
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