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Artists who influenced Sébastien Bourdon
"He could easily copy anything he saw," reported Sébastien Bourdon's biographer. However, when he copied and exhibited a Claude Lorrain landscape after visiting the master's studio, Claude was so angry that "M. Bourdon could barely escape violence." The successful Bourdon was frequently criticized for his versatility, which contemporaries blamed on lack of serious training. ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Sébastien Bourdon

Anthony van Dyck

Rebecca and Eleazar
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Christ and the Woman of Samaria
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Nicolas de Largillière

Claude Lorrain

Roman Lime Kiln
(Alte Pinakothek)

Finding of Moses
(National Gallery of Art)

Charles Poërson

Nicolas Poussin

Massacre of Innocents
(Worcester Art Museum)

Countess Ebba Sparre
(National Gallery of Art)

Jean Jacques Lagrenée

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione

Holy Family
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and Infant Saint John Baptist
(Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum)

Joseph-Marie Vien