Large canvas arts-A famous French portrait painter of the 18th century who paints with chalk.
By virtue of his exquisite skills, Extra Large Modern Canvas Art he was appreciated by the princes and nobles, and he painted many portraits of important people, such as voltaire, Rousseau, the marchioness
of pompadour and so on.BLACK AND WHITE PAINTING
Born in the northeastern French city of saint-quentin, Extra Large Modern & Contemporary Canvas Art his father worked in geography and music as well as writing.
Contrary to his father's expectations of becoming an engineer,
DE la tour left high school to study art in Paris.
There was the Claude Dupouch for him, and then in 1723 he went with the Flemish artist jean-jacques Spo, who was a friend of Waldo's.
DE) learn to paint.After studying painting, DE la toure found himself more interested in pastel painting.
DE la tour shot to fame in 1735 with a portrait of voltaire.
Two years later, DE la tour was recognized by the Royal Academy of painting and sculpture.
In 1750, he was awarded the title of "imperial painter".
DE la tour received a royal grant for the arts in 1752.In addition, DE la tour is a humanist who has accumulated wealth for the dissemination of art and education: he runs a free art learning college in his hometown,Large Black and White Art and even supports several charitable organizations (pregnant women's
organization, disabled old craftsmen's organization, etc.).
We do not know the exact time when the portrait of the marchioness was commissioned;
Still, 1751 seems the most likely year.
By drawing portraits of the marchioness DE la toure, he realized that he should apply his mastery of painting skills and his ability to discriminate well in psychological analysis to this portrait of a powerful French woman.
The artist and the marchioness had known each other long before the portrait was commissioned, and it was a coincidence that a pastel portrait (now in the Louvre museum, no. 2761) was drawn up for king Louis xv.
Despite this connection, sketches of the marquise portrait have been drawn with considerable twists and turns
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