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Jean-Baptiste Pater

 (1695 - 1736)
Jean-Baptiste Pater was active/lived in France.  JeanBaptiste Pater is known for figure, portrait and genre painting-festivals.

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Jean-Baptiste Pater


A French Rococo painter known particularly for his depictions of female figures and peasant festivities, Jean-Baptiste Pater was much influenced by another French painter, Jean-Antoine Watteau.  Pater first studied with an artist in his hometown of Valenciennes and also with his own father, who was a sculptor.  Then he worked with Watteau in Paris, but left him after several years because of what was perceived as Watteau's bad temper.

Pater returned to Valenciennes, but in 1718 was back in Paris, where he reconciled with Watteau and had commissions.  It was written that "Watteau gave the last days of his life to Pater and worked with him" (Getty), and Pater later said that this period with Watteau was the   ...  Displaying 750 of 1251 characters.



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About  Jean-Baptiste Pater

Born:  1695 - Valenciennes, France
Died:   1736 - Paris, France
Known for:  figure, portrait and genre painting-festivals