Pierre Audouin

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Pierre Audouin (1768–1822) was a French engraver, and pupil of Beauvarlet.

Audouin was born in Paris, where he lived and worked his whole life. He engraved for the ' Musée Français,' published by Laurent, which included several of works of the Italian and Dutch masters. The following are some of his works:

  • Jupiter and Antiope; after Correggio.
  • La belle Jardiniere; after Raphael.
  • The two portraits called Raphael and his Fencingmaster; ascribed to Raphael.
  • The Entombment of Christ; after Caravaggio.
  • Charity; after Andrea del Sarto.
  • Melpomene, Erato, and Polyhymnia; after Le Sueur.
  • Two subjects, after Terborch; one after Mieris; and one after Netscher.
  • Marie Therese Charlotte, Duchess of Angouleme; after Dermont.
  • Madame Le Brun; after herself.
  • Louis XVIII in his coronation robes; after Le Gros.

References[edit]

  • Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainBryan, Michael (1886). "Audouin, Pierre". In Graves, Robert Edmund. Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers (A–K). I (3rd ed.). London: George Bell & Sons.