Thomas Restout (15 March 1671 - 2 May 1754, Caen) was a French painter. The son of Marc Restout, he belonged to the Restout dynasty of painters and was mainly a portraitist.
Caen, is a commune in northwestern France. It is the prefecture of the Calvados department. The city proper has 108,365 inhabitants, while its urban area has 420,000, making Caen the largest city in former Lower Normandy. It is also the third largest municipality in all of Normandy after Le Havre and Rouen and the third largest city proper in Normandy, after Rouen and Le Havre. The metropolitan area of Caen, in turn, is the second largest in Normandy after that of Rouen, the 21st largest in France.
Marc Restout was a French painter. The son of Marguerin Restout, he belonged to the famous Restout dynasty of painters. He was a prolific painter and won a major reputation in Flanders, Holland and Rome, having accompanied Poussin to Rome in 1642. By his death he was an échevin in Caen.
The Restout family was a French dynasty of painters from Normandy, including the painters:
Denise Theresa Restout was a French keyboard teacher, expert on German and French Baroque performance practice for the keyboard. She was assistant, protégé, domestic partner, editor, and biographer for noted harpsichordist Wanda Landowska.
Jean II Restout was a French painter, whose late baroque classicism rendered his altarpieces, such as the Death of Saint Scholastica an "isolated achievement" that ran counter to his rococo contemporaries.
Jean-Baptiste-Henri Deshays or Deshayes was a French painter of religious and mythological subjects.
Vic-sur-Seille is a commune in the Moselle department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
Claude-Guy Hallé was a French painter. He was the son of the painter Daniel Hallé.
Jean Restout was a French painter. He was part of the Restout dynasty of painters, studying under his father Marguerin Restout. He is also known as Jean I Restout or Jean Restout the elder to distinguish him from his son Jean II Restout.
Jacques Restout was a French painter of the Restout dynasty and a Premonstratensian canon regular. Born in Caen, he was a student of Le Tellier and became prior of the abbaye de Moncets near Reims.
Eustache Restout was a French architect, engraver, painter and Premonstratensian canon regular, belonging to the artistic Restout dynasty. At his death he was sub-prior of abbaye Saint-Martin de Mondaye - he had produced the plans on which that monastery was rebuilt and painted several paintings for it. His students included his nephew Jean II Restout.
Jean-Bernard Restout was a French painter.
Jean I may refer to:
The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux is the fine arts museum of the city of Bordeaux, France. Established in 1801 by the painter Pierre Lacour, it is one of the largest art galleries of France outside Paris. The museum is housed in a dependency of the Palais Rohan in central Bordeaux. Its collections regroup paintings, sculptures and drawings. The painting collection is the largest one and its strong points are works by French and Dutch painters. The museum holds several paintings that were looted by the French during the French revolution such as the Martyrdom of Saint Georges by Peter Paul Rubens.
Jean II may refer to:
Jean-Bernard is a French masculine given name. It may refer to :
The Académie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts de Rouen is a learned society created by letters patent of Louis XV on 17 June 1744.
Jacques-Nicolas Tardieu, called "Tardieu fils" or "Tardieu the younger", was a French engraver.
Jean Restout may refer to:
Events from the year 1768 in France
Édouard Frère was a French bookseller, archivist, biographer, and historian specialized in the Normandy area.
Charles-Philippe, marquis de Chennevières-Pointel, known as Jean de Falaise was a French writer and art historian.
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