Jean-Jacques de Boissieu (1736-1810)

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Landscape With a Garden


Le Printemps


Vue de Temple de Vesta, 1774

Jean-Jacques de Boissieu was an 18th century French painter and etcher. He studied at the Ecole Gratuite de Dessin in Lyon, but was primarily a self-taught artist. From 1758-1764, Boissieu created most of his prints, and shortly thereafter traveled to Italy with the Duc de la Rochefoucauld.  He returned from Italy with a vast collection of landscape drawings.


Crossing the Stream


Landscape, 1802

Boissieu also was a teacher and received a number of commissions in his lifetime, most notably for the Diderot Encyclopedie. He was highly sought-after during his lifetime as an engraver, and his prints are still coveted by collectors today.


Studies for Heads of Six Men


Interior Scene
(Housed at the Louvre, Paris)

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