Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille
Painter

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille canvas prints & artprints

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille : biography

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille, known as well with the following name Louis-Joseph Watteau, is a painter born in 1758 in Valenciennes, France and who died in 1823 in Lille, France. Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille belonged to the rococo art style. He mainly worked during the classical period in the 19 century.

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille : his main artworks

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille is famous for the following art works : scène de camp, scène de camp, la coquette... which are numerous illustrations of his favorite subject of work : genre scenes... In order to stare at his work in a museum or gallery, you need to go to musée des beaux-arts, valenciennes, france. The art work of Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille are, indeed, mainly kept in musée des beaux-arts, valenciennes, france. Muzéo offers high quality canvas prints & artprints of the main artworks made by Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille to embellish your home or your office.

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille : his life as an artist

Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille began his artist training in Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture, Paris, France. Then Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille continue his training and study with Jacques Dumont. Louis-Joseph Watteau de Lille and Antoine Watteau are related and belong to the same family of artists. Among his students and apprentices, we noted that he taught François Watteau, Jean Baptiste Wicar, Isidore Stanislas Helman.

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