Pierre-Antoine Lemoine

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Still Life with Bunches of Grapes, Figs, and Pomegranates (1654) by Pierre-Antoine Lemoine
Not to be confused with the painters Jacques-Antoine-Marie Lemoine or Marie-Victoire Lemoine.

Pierre-Antoine Lemoine (1605–19 August 1665) was a French painter known for still lifes. He died in Paris.[1] His Still Life with Bunches of Grapes, Figs, and Pomegranates shows Italian influence, and may have been exhibited for the Academy in 1654.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Revue universelle des arts 4 (1856), p. 323 online.
  2. ^ Alain Mérot, French Painting in the Seventeenth Century (Yale University Press, 1995), p. 253 online.