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us: Coypel, Charles-Antoine, 1694-1752


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    • us: Coypel, C.-A. (Charles-Antoine), 1694-1752
    • us: Coypel, Ch. (Charles), 1694-1752
    • us: Coypel, Charles, 1694-1752
    • us: Coypel, C. (Charles), 1694-1752
    • us: Coypel, Car. (Carolus), 1694-1752
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    • found: Jamieson, I. Charles-Antoine Coypel, premier peintre de Louis XV et auteur dramatique (1694-1752), 1930.
    • found: Bib. nat. (hdg.: Coypel, Charles-Antoine; usage: C.-A. Coypel, Charles Coypel, Ch. Coypel, C.A. Coypel)
    • found: Thieme-Becker (Coypel, Charles-Antoine, 1694-1752; 1st painter to the king in 1746, Director of the Academie from 1747 until his death)
    • found: Moncrif, M. de. Les chats, 1727: plate facing page 104 (C. Coypel) plate facing page 117 (Car. Coypel)
    • found: BnF, 24 April 2017: Coypel, Charles-Antoine (authorized access point: Coypel, Charles-Antoine (1694-1752); rejected form: Coypel, Charles (1694-1752); France; language: French; sex: masculine; birth: 1694-07-11, Paris; death: 1752-06-14, Paris; painter and engraver; dramatic author; teacher, then rector and director of Académie royale; son of Antoine Coypel (1661-1722); ISNI 0000 0000 8143 4564; record number: FRBNF12519473) {http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb125194730}
    • found: Grove art online, 24 April 2017: Coypel (4) (Charles-Antoine Coypel; born Paris, 11 July 1694; died Paris, 14 June 1752; son of Antoine Coypel; his father remained a decisive influence on Charles-Antoine's painting and theory throughout his life; became a member of the Académie Royale in 1715; artistic career was extremely successful; in 1722 he inherited from his father the position of painter to Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, and he later became the favourite painter of Louis XV's queen, Maria Leczinska; appointment in 1747 as Premier Peintre du Roi; played a major role in the foundation of a special school for young artists, the École des élèves protégés; history paintings, tapestry cartoons, portraits, genre scenes; writings on art theory; also embarked on a career in 1718 as a dramatist, but though he wrote numerous plays in the 1720s, few were performed; he abandoned the theatre)
    • found: BnF, 24 April 2017: Coypel, Antoine (authorized access point: Coypel, Antoine (1661-1722); France; language: French; sex: masculine; birth: 1661-04-11, Paris; death: 1722-01-07, Paris; history painter and engraver; named premier peintre du roi in 1716; in 1710, named directeur des dessins et des tableaux du Cabinet du Roi; received in Académie in 1681; son of Coypel, Noël (1628-1707), father of: Coypel, Charles-Antoine (1694-1752), both painters and engravers; ISNI 0000 0000 8122 5586; record number: FRBNF12121814) {http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb121218145}
    • found: Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre, 25 April 2017: École royale des élèves protégés (École royale des élèves protégés was created in 1748, under the direction of Charles Antoine Coypel, by King Louis XV of France, to enable winners of the Grand prix of the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture to spend three years of specialized srudy under a painter and a professor of history, fable, and geography; letters patent were granted 4 June 1748; school opened 1 January 1749; had to close in 1775)
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    • [Not to be confused with his father: Coypel, Antoine, 1661-1722 (n86084578)]
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    • 1987-06-19: new
    • 2017-04-29: revised
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