(1753 - 1809)
Henri-Pierre Danloux was active/lived in France, Italy. HenriPierre Danloux is known for portrait painting.
Biography Henri-Pierre Danloux
Henri-Pierre Danloux was a highly successful French painter and draughtsman.
Danloux was born in Paris. Brought up by his architect uncle, he was
apprenticed, in 1770, to Nicolas-Bernard Lépicié (1735-1784). Three
years later he was admitted into the studio of Joseph-Marie Vien
(1716-1809) with whom he travelled to Rome in 1775.
His Italian journeys - he also visited Naples, Palermo and Florence -
provoked more of an interest in landscape and portrait craft than in
antiquarian ruins prized by so many of his contemporaries. In his early
period, Danloux specialized in the intimate genre scenes of his first
mentor, Lépicié, as well as in the
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