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Greek Woman at the Bath Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

Greek Woman at the Bath

Sweet Melancholy Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

Sweet Melancholy

A Young Woman watering a Pot of Flowers, La Jeune Athenienne Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

A Young Woman watering a Pot of Flowers, La Jeune Athenienne

Women in Classical Dress attending a Young Bride Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

Women in Classical Dress attending a Young Bride

A young Woman dressed a la Grecque holding a Canary on her outstretched Finger Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

A young Woman dressed a la Grecque holding a Canary on her outstretched Finger

The Entombment of Saint Andrew Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

The Entombment of Saint Andrew

The Cupid Seller Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

The Cupid Seller

Agamemnon in his tent refusing to give Chryseis back Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

Agamemnon in his tent refusing to give Chryseis back

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La Sultan noir (The Sultan),

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La Sultan reine (The Sultana)

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A vestal virgin

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Académic study nude man

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Academic study

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Allegory of the Arts

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Le Moufti

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Chef des Eunuques (head of the Eunuchs)

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Construction of the Ark

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Daedalus Attaching Icarus' Wings

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Equestrian portrait of the architect Barthélemy Michel Hazon dressed as a Turkish Mufti

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First Consul Bonaparte

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Flora

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Francis Xavier landing in China

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God the Father

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Habit of a bashaw of Caramania in 1749

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Habit of a bashaw of Egypt in 1749

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Habit of a bashaw of three tails, in 1749

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Habit of an ambassador from China in 1749

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Habit of a commander of a body of 100 men, who act as tipstaves to the courts of justice.

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Habit of a Turkish priest, in 1749

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Habit of a Turkish standardbearer, in 1749.

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Habit of a white eunuch in 1749.

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Habit of an Ambassador from Siam in 1749

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Habit of an Ambassador from the great Mogul

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Habit of an Indian chief in 1749

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Habit of Emir Bashaw, in 1749

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Habit of the Aga of the Janesaries in 1749

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Habit of the Ambassador from Persia to the Port

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Habit of the Black Sultaness in 1749

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Habit of the Black Sultaness in 1749

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Habit of the chief of the Black Eunuchs in 1749

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Habit of the chief of the Black Eunuchs in 1749

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Habit of the commander in chief of the Spahis, in 1749

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Habit of the Grand seignior in 1749

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Habit of the grand seignor's body guard, in 1749

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Habit of the grand vizier in 1749

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Habit of the Greek Sultaness in 1749

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Habit of the iman of the great mosque in 1749

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Habit of the mufti, or chief priest of the Turks, in 1749

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Habit of the Sultaness of Transilvania in 1749

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Habit of the Sultaness queen in 1749

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Habit of the White Sultaness in 1749

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Habit of the White Sultaness in 1749

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Hector determines Paris to take up arms

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Inauguration of the Place Louis XV, 20th June 1763

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The Allegory Of Time

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Greek Maidens Adorning a Sleeping Cupid with Flowers

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The Cupid Seller. La Marchande d'Amours

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Lover Crowning his Mistress

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St Denis Preaching in Gaul

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Venus Showing Mars her Doves Making a Nest in his Helmet

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Joshua Commanding the Sun to Stand Still

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The bridal chamber, La chambre nuptiale

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Young Athenian, La Jeune Athénienne

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The Marquise de Migieu

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The muse of writing

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The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple

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The Black Sultan

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The Toilet of a bride in antique costume

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The Grand Vizir

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The education of a young boy

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The Rape of Proserpine

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The Blind Hermit (Head of an old man)

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The sleeping hermit

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The Farewell of Hector and Andromache

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Lot and His Daughters

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Love Fleeing Slavery

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Love Letters

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Marcus Aurelius Distributing Bread to the People

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Mars, Venus And Cupid (Allegory Of Love)

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Figures standing near the altar of Love

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Portrait of a noblewoman, bust-length, wearing a blue dress with lace collar and bonnet

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Prêtre de la Loi

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Psyche recognizing sleeping love

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Four warriors discussing during a halt during the campaign

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Discount present to the future bride

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Saint Louis, King of France, handing the regency to his mother Blanche of Castile

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Saint Theobald offering an eleven branched lilium to Saint Louis and Marguerite of Provence

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Seven young girls bringing offerings on a small round altar,

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Standard Bearer (M. Barbault)

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Study of the Costume of Monsieur Clément

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Study of the head of a Bearded Man

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Suite de Vases Composée dans le Goût de l'Antique...

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White Sultan and Grand Vezir

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Greek sultana

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Black Sultana (Mr. Castagnier)

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Susanna and the Elders

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Sweet Melancholy

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The Dauphin Louis XVII.

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The Entombment of Saint Andrew

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The Lover Crowned

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The Muse of Music

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The Oath of Catiline

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The Penitent Saint Jerome

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The Pursuit

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The virtuous Athenian

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Venus Emerging from the Sea

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Venus, Wounded by Diomedes, is Saved by Iris

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View of the Colosseum

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Woman Reclining

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A male saint

Portraits of Joseph-Marie Vien by others

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Greek Woman at the Bath Print by Joseph-Marie Vien

Greek Woman at the Bath

Joseph-Marie Vien (English name version Joseph-Mary Wien) (18 June 1716 – 27 March 1809), French painter, was born at Montpellier. He was the last holder of the post of Premier peintre du Roi, serving from 1789 to 1791.

Biography

Protected by Comte de Caylus, he entered at an early age the studio of Natoire, and obtained the grand prix in 1745. He used his time at Rome in applying to the study of nature and the development of his own powers all that he gleaned from the masterpieces around him; but his tendencies were so foreign to the reigning taste that on his return to Paris he owed his admission to the academy for his picture Daedalus and Icarus (Louvre) solely to the indignant protests of François Boucher.[1]

When in 1776, at the height of his established reputation, he became director of the school of France at Rome, he refused to take Jacques-Louis David with him amongst his pupils, stating he was too old to teach a young artist. After his return, five years later, his fortunes were wrecked by the French Revolution; but he undauntedly set to work, and at the age of eighty (1796) carried off the prize in an open government competition. Napoleon Bonaparte acknowledged his merit by making him a senator.[1]

Joseph-Marie Vien

The artist Marie Thérèse Reboul, wife of Alexander Roslin, Alexander Roslin

Joseph-Marie Vien died in Paris, and was buried in the crypt of the Panthéon ( to date, the only painter so honored). He left behind him many other brilliant pupils, amongst whom were François-André Vincent, Jean-Antoine-Théodore Giroust, Jean-Baptiste Regnault, Joseph-Benoît Suvée, Jean-Pierre Saint-Ours, François-Guillaume Ménageot, Jean-Joseph Taillasson and others of high merit; nor should the name of his wife, Marie-Thérèse Reboul (1728–1805), herself a member of the academy, be omitted from this list. Their son, Marie Joseph, born in 1761, also distinguished himself as a painter.[1]

Works
Two women in the bath, Joseph-Marie Vien, Musée de Cahors Henri-Martin

La résurrection de Lazare (1747), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
Sainte Marthe recevant le Christ à Bethanie (1747), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
L'agonie de sainte Marthe (1748), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
L'arrivée de sainte Marthe en Provence (1748), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
Les funérailles de sainte Marthe (1748), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
La prédication de sainte Marthe (1748), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
L'embarquement de sainte Marthe (1751), Église Sainte-Marthe, Tarascon
Hermite endormi (1753), Musée du Louvre
Dédale dans le Labyrinthe attachant les ailes à Icare (1754), Musée du Louvre
La Douce Mélancolie (1756), Cleveland Museum of Art
L'Enlèvement de Proserpine (1762), Museum of Grenoble
La Marchande d'amours (1763), Palace of Fontainebleau
Une Femme qui sort des bains, 1763, (huile 95x68 cm) (private collection)[2]
Saint Denis préchant (1767), Church of Saint-Roch, Paris
Grecque au bain (1767), Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico
Jeunes grecques parant de fleurs l'Amour endormi (1773), Musée du Louvre
Venus, Wounded by Diomedes, is Saved by Iris (1775), Columbus Museum of Art
Les adieux d'Hector et d'Andromaque (1786), Musée du Louvre
Love Fleeing Slavery (1789), Princeton University Art Museum
Saint Louis remet la régence à sa mère, Saint-Louis Chapel, École Militaire, Paris
Toilette d'une jeune mariée dans le costume antique, (100x135 cm) (private collection)[3]

Notes

Encyclopædia Britannica , 1911
Auctioned €426,685 on 26 March 2004 Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot.

Auctioned €401,487 in June 1992 by Sotheby's Monaco.

References

Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Vien, Joseph Marie". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.

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