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Stella, Claudine, 1636-1697

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    • Claudine Bouzonnet
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    • Bouzonnet Stella, Claudine, 1636-1697
    • Bouzounet Stella, Claudine, 1636-1697
    • Bouzonnet, Claudine, 1636-1697
    • Stella, Claudia, 1636-1697
    • Stella, Claudine Bouzonnet, 1636-1697
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    • found: Reproductive prints after paintings by Nicolas Poussin, 1630-1730(Claudia Stella sculp)
    • found: Bénézit, 1999(Stella, Claudine; pseud. of Bouzonnet; b. July 7, 1636 in Lyon; d. Oct. 1, 1697 in Paris; French painter and engraver)
    • found: Games & pastimes of childhood, 1969:t.p. (Claudine Bouzonnet Stella) facsim. of t.p. of 1657 ed. (Claudine Bouzounet Stella)
    • found: Les ieux et plaisris de l'enfance, 1657 [restrike edition, approximately 1750]:engraved title page (jnuantez par Iacques Stella et grauez par Claudine Bouzounet Stella. A Paris : Aux galleries du Louvre chez, la ditte Stella, auec rpiuilege du Roy)
    • found: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online, June 30, 2017(Bouzonnet Stella, Claudine; gender: female; occupation: painter; copper engraver; graphic artist; born before 1636-07-07 (date of baptism), Lyon; died 1697-10-01, Paris)
    • found: Thieme-Becker(Bouzonnet, called Stella, Claudine, French painter and engraver, born July 7, 1636, Lyon, died October 1, 1697, Paris; a pupil of her uncle Jacques Stella, she drew and painted, but preferred engraving; engraved and etched after Poussin and J. Stella; her work includes 52 prints in drypoint for Les jeux et plaisirs de l'enfance, after J. Stella)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 30, 2017("Claudine Bouzonnet-Stella (1636-1697) was a French engraver, most of whose prints were after works by Nicholas Poussin, or by her uncle Jacques Stella, from whom she received her artistic education ... She studied art in Paris under her uncle, Jacques Stella. Having collaborated with various engravers for many years before achieving considerable success as a painter, Stella had decided to set up a workshop to produce prints after his designs. To staff it he brought in his sister's children, Claudine, Antoinette, Francoise and Antoine, all of whom moved from Lyon to live in his apartments in the Louvre. It is, however, likely that Claudine Bouzonnet-Stella also had some training in engraving from another practitioner, as her uncle's printmaking activities had been restricted to etching. Following Jacques Stella's death in 1657 she became head of the workshop, and was granted exclusive rights by the king to publish prints after Stella's designs. In the same year she issued Les jeux et plaisirs de l'enfance, a set of 50 plates which she had engraved herself after a series of drawings by Jacques Stella ... Her technique combined both etching and engraving ... She died in Paris in 1697")
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