Cazes took the Prix de Rome for painting in 1699. In 1703, he became part of the Académie, was named as director in 1743 and chancellor in 1746.
A portrait the artist wearing a wig and holding a portfolio was presented to the Académie Royale in 1734 by Chardin's friend Joseph Aved.
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