Périn-Salbreux, miniaturist… and painter!
From September 19, 2020 to February 28, 2021
Lié Louis Périn-Salbreux, born October 12, 1753 in Reims, where he died December 20, 1817, is a French portrait painter and miniaturist.
This second exhibition organized by the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims at the Le Vergeur museum. It pays tribute to the Reims painter Lié-Louis Périn-Salbreux (1753-1817), a pupil of Jean-François Clermont in Reims and of Alexandre Roslin in Paris.
The exhibition will therefore present the entire Reims collection, fully restored, ie 14 drawings and pastels, and 18 paintings by the artist. student exercises, still lifes and landscapes will complete the portrait gallery, including Madame Sophie, daughter of King Louis XV.
Portrait painter from the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, Périn-Salbreux paints the people of the court with talent. Mainly the nobles and bourgeois, in Versailles and Paris. Famous for its miniatures. He exhibited at the Salon in 1793, 1795 and 1798. Back in his hometown after the Revolution, he returned to the “full portrait”.
Le Vergeur museum-hotel
36 place du Forum
Museum collections and exhibitions:
€ 5: full price
€ 4: large temporary exhibitions (in addition to the entrance fee)
€ 3: reduced price 18/25 years and over 65 years old
€ 3: group rate from 20 people
Free entrance to the museum for every 1st Sunday of the month.
Free for: Students – 25 years old (on presentation of the card), young people – 18 years old, disabled and accompanying persons, young local mission, job seekers, RSA holders.
Dates and Times
From 19-09-2020 to 28-02-2021
From Tuesday to Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Mondays and November 1st.
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