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 Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld

 

 

Bidauld Jean-Joseph-Xavier          Pages: 1



(b Carpentras, 10 April 1758; d Montmorency, 20 Oct 1846).

French painter. He was apprenticed in Lyon for six years with his brother Jean-Pierre-Xavier Bidauld (17451813), a landscape and still-life painter. Subsequently, they left Lyon to travel together in Switzerland and Provence. In 1783 he moved to Paris, where he met Joseph Vernet (from whom he received valuable advice), Joseph-Siffred Duplessis and Jean-Honoré Fragonard. In 1785 he went to Rome with the assistance of Cardinal de Bernis and his patron, the dealer and perfumer Dulac. He stayed there for five years, travelling through Tuscany, Umbria and Campania and painting such works as Roman Landscape (1788; Basle, Kstmus.). Bidauld was closely involved with the circle of French Neo-classical painters in Rome in the 1780s. He was friendly with Louis Gauffier, Nicolas-Antoine Taunay and especially with Guillaume Lethière, who became his brother-in-law and with whom he occasionally collaborated. On his return to Paris in 1790 he travelled extensively in France, visiting Brittany, the Dauphiné and in particular Montmorency, where he stayed in the Mont-Louis house that had been the home of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

 


Gorge at Civita Castellana

 

 


View of the Cascade of the Gorge near Allevard
1803

 

 


Landscape with Figures Crossing a River

 

 


View of the Isle of Sora
1793

 

 


Vue prise de Subiaco

 

 


Mountains and a Lake

 

 


View of Carpentras from the East

 

 


View of Bridge and the Town of Cava, Kingdom of Naples

 

 


Vue de l'ile de Sora dans le royaume de Naples

 

 


Vue de la ville d'Avezzano, au bord du lac de Cellano, royaume de Naples

 

 


Francis I at Fontaine de Vaucluse

 

 


View of the Waterfall at Tivoli

 

 


View of the Waterfall at Tivoli

 

 


Le Lac du Bourget, Savoie

 

 


The Park at Mortefontaine

 

 


Still-Life
1810

 
 

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