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A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
A Brawl in a Guard-room
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Bourdon trained as a painter in Paris and spent some time as a soldier before making a trip to Rome in 1634, where he was influenced by Pieter van Laer and his followers (the 'Bamboccianti'). In 1637 he returned to Paris via Venice. He was a founder member of the French Académie in 1648 and worked at the court of Queen Christina in Sweden (1652-4) and in Montpellier (1656-7), before settling again in Paris. Bourdon's work is stylistically diverse; in the 1640s he came under the influence of Poussin, and in addition to painting genre and history subjects, he was also a talented portrait artist. "A Brawl in a Guard-room" is an example of the genre subjects painted by Bourdon in the manner of Van Laer.
additional information
Artist Artist: Bourdon, Sebastien
Product Code DPG557
Date c.1640s
Dimensions 74 x 60
Medium Oil on canvas

A Brawl in a Guard-room

  • £20.00



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