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Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux Amboise Academic Classicist painter and sculptor

born in Valenciennes (1827) and died in Courbevoie (1875), aged 48

Birmingham Museum of Art Birmingham see all

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Musée d'art et d'histoire Narbonne see all

Musée de Grenoble Grenoble see all

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon Dijon see all

Musée National du Chateau de Compiegne Compiègne see all

Bronze Sculpture

Oil Painting

Sculpture

Terracotta Sculpture

Crucifixion see all

Ugolino and His Children see all

Portrait

Portrait Bust

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1827 in Valenciennes

May 14

1860 aged 33

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux works on a bronze sculpture called Crucifix over the course of four years until 1864.

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux works on an oil painting called Young Arab Girl over the course of fifteen years until 1875.

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux works on a bronze sculpture called Ugolino and His Children over the course of eleven years until 1871.

1865 aged 38

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux works on a sculpture called Ugolino and His Sons over the course of two years until 1867.

1867 aged 40

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux creates an oil painting called Reception at the Tuileries .

1868 aged 41

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux creates a bronze sculpture called The Negress .

1869 aged 42

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux works on a terracotta sculpture called City of Valenciennes Defending the Fatherland in 1793 over the course of four years until 1873.

1873 aged 46

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux creates an oil painting called Antoine Vollon .

1874 aged 47

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux creates a terracotta sculpture called Charles Carpeaux .

1875 aged 48 in Courbevoie

October 12

1889

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux creates a bronze sculpture called The Genius of Dance .

Teachers

François Rude (1784-1855) French Academic Classicist sculptor

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