Nicolas Poussin


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French painter in the classical style (1594-1665)

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6) POUSSIN, Nicolas, Collection de lettres de Nicolas Poussin, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 2009, p.
Cardiff's own Dame Shirley's favourite is The Finding of Moses by Nicolas Poussin.
The French painter Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) completed at least 19 different works on the subject of the including three of the Jewish lawgiver's discovery as a baby by the pharaoh's daughter, Bithia.
Entre los pintores mexicanos mas conocidos figuraron Juan Correa, Cristobal de Villalpando y Miguel Cabrera, quienes alternaron con El Greco, Francisco de Zurbaran, Guido Reni, Nicolas Poussin y Bartolome Esteban Murillo, entre otros.
Visit French painter Nicolas Poussin in his Roman studio, and then head north to meet 17thcentury Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens in Art Alive
Pero el aporte es aun mayor, si consideramos que en el Museo Ralli existe una premisa central basada en la aseveracion del pintor frances Nicolas Poussin, de que "el placer es el proposito del arte".
Gauguin's Bathers at Tahiti, Giorgione's Portrait of a Boy and (below) Tancred and Ermina by Nicolas Poussin.
1) Having planned to study the career of Picasso during the wars, he instead found himself fascinated by a pair of landscape paintings by Nicolas Poussin, one of which was his Landscape with a Man Killed by a Snake, a work owned by the National Gallery in London and then on loan to the Getty.
First, the artist's choice of images to include is itself a form of interpretation--as Nicolas Poussin forcefully showed in one painting by focusing the figures' gaze on the intrusive inscription ET IN ARCADIA EGO: "I (Death) too can be found in Arcady.
The name In Arcadia comes from a painting by Nicolas Poussin, The Shepherds of Arcadia, on which the words Et In Arcadia Ego are engraved.
A more unified national style developed in the 17th century, in part due to the establishment in 1648 of the French Royal Academy (Academie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture), where the influence of Nicolas Poussin gave rise to a cool and classicizing Baroque idiom.
The marble tablet, commissioned in 1748, features a carved image of a Nicolas Poussin painting with the letters D.
Other poets and artists are also studied: by Hugotte, who uses the Giacomettian aesthetic to compare du Bouchet's writing to that of Jacques Dupin, his Ephemere colleague; by Daniel Guillaume, who interestingly discusses the influence on du Bouchet of the American Objectivist poets of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as the work of Wallace Stevens and William Carlos Williams and the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and the poet Emmanuel Hocquard; and by Bishop, who investigates du Bouchet's fascination with the seventeenth-century painting of Hercules Seghers and Nicolas Poussin and with the twentieth-century canvases of the Breton painter Tal-Coat.
this is A Dance to the Music of Time, by Nicolas Poussin c1639, in the Wallace Collection.
Landscape with the Ashes of Phocion is one of the great paintings in the Walker, a work by the Frenchborn painter Nicolas Poussin (15941665) which celebrates his taste for classical subjects and his wonderful ability with landscapes.