(1723 - 1769)
Pierre-Antoine Baudoin was active/lived in France. PierreAntoine Baudoin is known for painting.
Biography Pierre-Antoine Baudoin
Pierre-Antoine Baudouin, son of an engraver and
etcher, entered the Academie Royale in 1763 and exhibited annually in the
Paris salons between 1761 and his death in 1769. Like Boucher he was also
in the service of Madame de Pompadour, for whom he created several
religious works in Versailles.
His oeuvre comprises mainly detailed
gouaches, watercolors and drawings with voluptuous and lubricious
subjects, of which some were disseminated in prints. Denis Diderot
described the artist at the time of the Paris Salon in 1765: A "Bon
garcon, qui a de la figure, de la douceur, de l'esprit, un peu
libertin."("GoodDisplaying 750 of 1035 characters.