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Claude Lorrain

The Assault of a Citadel, ca. 1658

Black chalk, pen and brown ink, yellow, gray and brown wash with white heightening and pen and brown ink framing lines
9 × 13 1/16 in
22.9 × 33.2 cm
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Williamstown
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Claude Lorrain
French, 1604-1605–1682
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The French painter Claude Lorrain (born Claude Gellée and often referred to simply as Claude) …

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The French painter Claude Lorrain (born Claude Gellée and often referred to simply as Claude) became the leading landscape painter in Italy during his lifetime. He began his career in Rome, where he trained under Agostino Tassi, who contributed to his interest in perspective. Known for his poetic use of light, Claude …

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The French painter Claude Lorrain (born Claude Gellée and often referred to simply as Claude) …

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The French painter Claude Lorrain (born Claude Gellée and often referred to simply as Claude) became the leading landscape painter in Italy during his lifetime. He began his career in Rome, where he trained under Agostino Tassi, who contributed to his interest in perspective. Known for his poetic use of light, Claude …

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Claude Lorrain

The Assault of a Citadel, ca. 1658

Black chalk, pen and brown ink, yellow, gray and brown wash with white heightening and pen and brown ink framing lines
9 × 13 1/16 in
22.9 × 33.2 cm
Permanent collection
location
Williamstown
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