Jean Baptiste Oudry

French Baroque Era Painter, 1686-1755 French painter. He was the principal animal painter and one of the foremost decorative painters during the first half of Louis XVs reign. After initial training as a portrait painter, he concentrated on still-lifes; by the 1720s he had also begun to establish himself as a specialist in hunting scenes, game-pieces and portraits of animals. He ran an active workshop, often keeping his best originals for years and selling copies and (more or less autograph) variants. In the 1730s he was most active as a tapestry designer, making numerous designs for the royal tapestry works of Beauvais and the Gobelins, and he continued to produce his brilliantly painted hunts, still-lifes and studies of animals and birds to the end of his career.

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Jean Baptiste Oudry Misse et Turly oil painting


Misse et Turly
Painting ID::  1081
Artist: Jean Baptiste Oudry
Painting: Misse et Turly
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Jean Baptiste Oudry Still Life with a Pheasant (mk05) oil painting


Still Life with a Pheasant (mk05)
Painting ID::  20650
Artist: Jean Baptiste Oudry
Painting: Still Life with a Pheasant (mk05)
Introduction: 1753 Canvas 38 1/4 x 25 1/4''(97 x 64 cm)Assigned to the Louvre in 1950
   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Oudry Still Life with White Duck (mk08) oil painting


Still Life with White Duck (mk08)
Painting ID::  21873
Artist: Jean Baptiste Oudry
Painting: Still Life with White Duck (mk08)
Introduction: 1753 Oil on canvas 95x63cm London,Marquise de Cholmondeley collection
   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Oudry Still Life with Fruit oil painting


Still Life with Fruit
Painting ID::  28464
Artist: Jean Baptiste Oudry
Painting: Still Life with Fruit
Introduction: mk60 1721 Oil on canvas 29x36"
   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Oudry Still Life with Calf's Leg oil painting


Still Life with Calf's Leg
Painting ID::  29372
Artist: Jean Baptiste Oudry
Painting: Still Life with Calf's Leg
Introduction: mk65 Oil on canvas 38 1/2x29"
   
   
     

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     French Baroque Era Painter, 1686-1755 French painter. He was the principal animal painter and one of the foremost decorative painters during the first half of Louis XVs reign. After initial training as a portrait painter, he concentrated on still-lifes; by the 1720s he had also begun to establish himself as a specialist in hunting scenes, game-pieces and portraits of animals. He ran an active workshop, often keeping his best originals for years and selling copies and (more or less autograph) variants. In the 1730s he was most active as a tapestry designer, making numerous designs for the royal tapestry works of Beauvais and the Gobelins, and he continued to produce his brilliantly painted hunts, still-lifes and studies of animals and birds to the end of his career.