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Claude Lorrain Canvas Oil Painting Reproductions Art

1602 ~ 1682

Totally hand painted oil on canvas. Any size & any Lorrain painting available.

Landscape with Two Bridges

Landscape with the Marriage of Jacob and Rebekah | The Mill, 1648

The Voyage of Jacob, 1677

Claude Lorrain, The Voyage of Jacob, 1677, oil on canvas, 26.9 x 36 in. / 68.3 x 91.4 cm, US$500 Claude Lorrain, Landscape with the Marriage of Jacob and Rebekah | The Mill, 1648, oil on canvas, 31.8 x 42 in. / 80.8 x 106.7 cm, US$580 Claude Lorrain, Landscape with Two Bridges, oil on canvas, 18.3 x 25.6 in. / 46.4 x 65 cm, US$340

     Claude Lorrain aka Claude Gellée aka Claude Le Lorraine aka ''Claude'' was a French Baroque Era painter born in 1602 in Chamagne, a village in what was then the independent duchy of Lorraine. He was orphaned at 12 and moved to Rome where he became an apprentice of landscape and fresco painter Agostino Tassi who taught Claude landscapes, coastal scenes with buildings and little figures which gave him a lasting interest in perspective.

     The countryside and classical ruins around Rome, the Roman Campagna, inspired Claude to become one of the greatest masters of ideal-landscape painting, an art form that seeks to present a view of nature more beautiful and harmonious than nature itself. Claude's special contribution to the genre is considered to be his poetic rendering of light.

     Industrious, amiable and shrewd, by his mid-thirties he was keenly sought after as an artist, receiving commissions from Pope Pope Urban VIII and even King Philip IV of Spain. Claude enjoyed a highly successful career into old age and amassed a comfortable fortune which lasted him until his death in 1682.

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