Jacques Callot  (French, 1592-1635) 

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Jacques Callot, Le Grand Rocher

 

Jacques Callot
Le Grand Rocher
David Tunick, Inc.
Jacques Callot, Saint John on the Isle of Patmos

 

Jacques Callot
Saint John on the Isle of Patmos
circa 1600-1700

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Jacques Callot, Life of the Virgin

 

Jacques Callot
Life of the Virgin
1633

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Jacques Callot, The Slave Market (Le Marche de Esclaves)

 

Jacques Callot
The Slave Market (Le Marche de Esclaves)
1629

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Jacques Callot, Le Combat a La Barriere (The Combat at the Barrier)

 

Jacques Callot
Le Combat a La Barriere (The Combat at the Barrier)
1627

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Jacques Callot, The Large Passion

 

Jacques Callot
The Large Passion
1619-1624

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Jacques Callot, Le Defile a Pied (Parade on Foot) from the Combat a la Barriere (Combat at the Barriere)

 

Jacques Callot
Le Defile a Pied (Parade on Foot) from the Combat a la Barriere (Combat at the Barriere)
1627

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Jacques Callot, Parterre du Palais de Nancy (Gardens of the Palace at Nancy)

 

Jacques Callot
Parterre du Palais de Nancy (Gardens of the Palace at Nancy)
Harris Schrank Fine Prints
 
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Jacques Callot, Episodio della passione di Cristo

 

Jacques Callot
Episodio della passione di Cristo
oil on lapis lazuli

 

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Jacques Callot, Le Grand (4 works)

 

Jacques Callot
Le Grand (4 works), 1613
etching

 

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Jacques Callot, Religious Subjects (44 works)

 

Jacques Callot
Religious Subjects (44 works)
etching

 

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  One of the leading artists of the School of Lorraine, centred at the ducal court at Nancy during the first half of the 17th century, Jacques Callot may have studied with Jacques Bellange, but was only sixteen when he left France for Rome, where he completed his training with the engraver Philippe Thomassin. In 1611 Callot settled in Florence, where he spent ten productive years, gaining the patronage of Cosimo II de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Working for the Medici and other important local patrons, Callot produced a large number of prints and drawings, including religious and allegorical subjects, landscapes, designs for stage sets and festivals and scenes of daily Tuscan life, of which his masterpiece was the large etching of The Fair at Impruneta, published in 1620. After the death of the Grand Duke in 1621, Callot returned to his native Nancy, where he worked for the rest of his career, apart from brief visits to Paris and the Netherlands. He continued to produce the type of etching that had made his reputation in Florence, often reworking ideas and compositions first developed in Italy. He also found a new patron in Henri II, Duke of Lorraine, for whom he produced prints of notable events at the court. The brutal French invasion of Lorraine in 1633 had a significant effect on the artist, resulting in a series of powerful etchings known as Les Grandes Misères de la Guerre. It may also have influenced the gruesome subject matter of what is arguably his most famous etching, the harrowing Temptation of Saint Anthony, executed in 1635, the year of his death. Callot died at the age of forty-three, leaving behind a large number of prints as well as almost two thousand drawings.


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