See also:born at
See also:Paris on the 9th of
See also:October 1754, and died in the same city on the 12th of
See also:November 1829 . He began
See also:life at
See also:sea in a
See also:merchant vessel, but at the age of fifteen his
See also:talent attracted
See also:attention, and he was sent to Italy by M. de Monval under the care of Bardin . After his return to Paris,
See also:Regnault, in 1776, obtained the
See also:Grand Prix, and in 1783 he was elected Academician . His diploma picture, the "
See also:Education of Achilles by
See also:Chiron," is now in the Louvre, as also the " Christ taken down from the
See also:Cross," originally executed for the royal
See also:chapel at
See also:Fontainebleau, and two minor works—the " Origin of
See also:Painting " and"
See also:Pygmalion praying
See also:Venus to give Life to his Statue." Be-sides various small pictures and allegorical subjects, Regnault was also the author of many large
See also:historical paintings; and his school, which reckoned amongst its chief attendants Guerin, Crepin, Lafitte, Blondel, Robert Lefevre and Menjaud, was for a long while the
See also:rival in influence of that of
See also:David .
HENRI VICTOR REGNAULT (1810-1878)
HENRI FRANCOIS JOSEPH DE REGNIER (1864– )
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