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The castle of Versailles invites us to discover Charles Nicolas Dodin and his paintings on porcelain at an exhibition from May 16 to September 9, 2012
The castle of Versailles invites us to discover Charles Nicolas Dodin and his paintings on porcelain at an exhibition from May 16 to September 9, 2012: with this exhibition, the Château de Versailles honors the Manufacture de Sèvres, for which this artist worked ...
With this exhibition devoted to the work of Dodin, the Palace of Versailles continues its tribute to the various royal institutions: remember that the exhibition last summer devoted to the Mobilier National, tribute to the various craftsmen at the origin of the beautiful furniture royal ...
From May 16 to September 9, 2012, porcelain and particularly china painting by Charles Nicolas Dodin will be highlighted at an exhibition in the apartments of Madame de Maintenon and the Guard Room.
Thus, the exhibition aims to showcase the diversity of the subjects studied by the artist, depending on the methods and personality sponsors: with more than one hundred works on display, Versailles Palace promises a complete retrospective of the artist.
Indeed, Charles Nicolas Dodin has seen his style evolve over the years and sponsors: if in the beginning, Dodin worked only in shades of love, yet he will strive to work the Flemish style, Chinese painting and painting mythological ...
Know-how, finesse and speed of execution make him a coveted artist, so it will work on many orders, all prestigious one another: these porcelains are found in the collections of Louis XV, Louis XVI Madame de Pompadour, Madame Du Barry, but are also given as gifts by the same persons in different counts and dukes.
With this exhibition Dodin, the Château de Versailles is a tribute to the Sèvres and their craftsmen,
The Porcelain Charles Nicolas Dodin be discovered at the Chateau de Versailles from May 16 to September 9, 2012,
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