(1840 - 1890)
Jean-Louis Gregoire was active/lived in France. JeanLouis Gregoire is known for allegorical figure sculpture, mythology.
Jean-Louis Grégoire was born and died in Paris. Training under Jean Salmson
at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts*, he exhibited at the Paris Salon* from 1867
and became one of the first Associates of the Artistes Français.
The work, L'Allégro,
is one of several groups by Grégoire that take music as their theme,
others being his figure of Mozart enfant, tuning his violin, and Un artiste au XVIIe siècle, also portraying a violinist.
L'Allégro has affinities with works by Salmson, in which two figures
are depicted in movement, and it is also related to other works by
Grégoire, such as La Confidence, Perseus and Andromeda and Helen and Paris.
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