(1751 - 1829)
Louis Ami Arlaud-Jurine was active/lived in Switzerland. Louis ArlaudJurine is known for painting and sculpture.
Biography Louis Arlaud-Jurine
Louis-Ami Arlaud-Jurine was born in Geneva, the grand-nephew of
the miniaturist Jacques Antoine Arlaud. In his home town of Geneva he
was taught painting by Liotard and then studied in Paris under the
tutorage of Vien at the Académie Royale. In 1792 he fled with his wife
Suzanne to London, being opposed to the principles, and presumably the
violence, of the French Revolution. He stayed until 1802 and exhibited
at the Royal Academy, where his patrons included members of the Royal
family and the aristocratic elite. Jurine was extremely successful,
painting over 1,500 miniatures in one year alone. His smooth style,
possibly emulated from his first master Liotard, was detailed yet
flattering. His palette was dist
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