Michel Dorigny

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Michel Dorigny (1616–1665) was a French painter and engraver.


Dorigny was born in Saint-Quentin. According to the Netherlands Institute for Art History he was a pupil of Georges Lallemand and Simon Vouet.[1] He trained at the Académie de peinture et de sculpture and became the teacher and father to the painters Nicolas and Louis Dorigny.[1] According to Roger de Piles he married Vouet's daughter, and was himself professor of the Academy when he died in Paris.


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