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Francois-Louis-Joseph Watteau


Paintings

The Battle of the Pyramids

The Storm

The Death of Socrates

The defeat of Darius by Alexander

The defeat of Porus by Alexander

Park scene

Fête au Colisée

The procession of Lille of 1789, on the main square

The recreation of the harvesters ; The village family

Drawings

 Drawing - An Elegant Party Around A Table Watching A Lady Having Her Fortune Told With Cards by Francois-Louis-Joseph Watteau

An Elegant Party Around A Table Watching A Lady Having Her Fortune Told With Cards

François Louis Joseph Watteau (18 August 1758, Lille – 1 December 1823, Lille), known like his father as the Watteau of Lille, was a French painter, active in his birthplace. He was the son of the painter Louis Joseph Watteau (1731–1798) and grandson of Noël Joseph Watteau (1689–1756) – Noël was the brother of Jean-Antoine Watteau, the painter of "fêtes galantes". From 1808 to his death he was deputy curator of the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, which his father had helped to found.


Works

The Procession in Lille in 1789, oil on canvas, Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse, Lille
1799, The siege of Beauvais in 1472, oil on canvas, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Valenciennes
c. 1803, La Fête du Broquelet, oil on canvas, Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse, Lille

Bibliography

Mabille de Poncheville.
Claude-Gérard Marcus.
Gaëtane Maës, Les Watteau de Lille, Paris, 1998.

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