Jean Germain Drouais


Jean Germain Drouais (1763 – 1788), was French historical painter. In 1780 Jacques-Louis David, who had just returned from Rome, opened a school of painting in Paris, and Drouais was one of his earliest and most promising pupils. He adopted the classical style of his master, giving his days to study painting and spending a great part of every night in designing.

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