Hyacinthe Rigaud

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Hyacinthe Rigaud
Self-portrait in a turban, 1698, Perpignan, Musée Hyacinthe Rigaud.
Born 18 July 1659
Perpignan
Died 29 December 1743 (aged 84)
Paris
Nationality French
Field painting, portraiture
Training Charles Le Brun
Paul Pezet (presumed)
Antoine Ranc (presumed)
Movement Baroque
Works coronation portrait of Louis XIV; The Presentation in the temple; portrait of Bossuet in winter costume; portraits of Louis XIV
Influenced by Anthony van Dyck
Rubens
Rembrandt
Influenced Jean Ranc
Nicolas Desportes
Charles Sévin de La Pennaye, Louis René Vialy,
Joseph André Cellony
Awards Prix de Rome 1682

Hyacinthe Rigaud (18 July 1659 – 29 December 1743) was a French baroque painter. He was of Catalan origin. He was from Paris. He was known for his oil paintings.

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