Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays canvas prints & artprints
Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays : biographyJean-Baptiste Henri Deshays, known as well with the following name Jean-Baptiste-Henri Deshays de Colleville, is a painter born in 1729 in Rouen, France and who died in 1765 in Paris, France. Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays belonged to the baroque art style. He mainly worked during the classical period in the 18 century.
Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays : his main artworksJean-Baptiste Henri Deshays is famous for the following art works : homme nu, à demi-allongé, vu de dos, semblant tirer un objet à lui, saint andré amené par des bourreaux pour être attaché sur un chevalet et y être fouetté, le singe peintre... which are numerous illustrations of his favorite subject of work : nude, religion... In order to stare at his work in a museum or gallery, you need to go to musée du louvre, paris, france, musée des beaux-arts, rouen, france, . The art work of Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays are, indeed, mainly kept in musée du louvre, paris, france, musée des beaux-arts, rouen, france, . Muzéo offers high quality canvas prints & artprints of the main artworks made by Jean-Baptiste Henri Deshays to embellish your home or your office.
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