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Attributed to Jacques-Philippe Caresme (1734-1796) - Bacchanalian dance
Attributed to Jacques-Philippe Caresme (1734-1796) - Bacchanalian dance   - Paintings & Drawings Style Louis XVI Attributed to Jacques-Philippe Caresme (1734-1796) - Bacchanalian dance   -
Ref : 95784
3 200 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 15.16 inch X l. 13.98 inch
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Attributed to Jacques-Philippe Caresme (1734-1796) - Bacchanalian dance

Jacques-Philippe Caresme was a French painter of the 18th century famous for his bacchanalian scenes with nymphs and satyrs. He was admitted to the Academy in 1766 and exhibited at the Salons between 1767 and 1777.
Our artist was inspired by Greek and Roman mythology by painting a light scene in an idealized nature. He depicts a player of the aulos, a double-reed flute, accompanied by two seated female musicians holding a tambourine. In the foreground, a bacchante and a young satyr dance to the rhythm of the music.

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18th Century Oil Painting Louis XVI