Étienne Delaune ou De Laune, né en 1518 ou 1519 et mort vers 1583 à Strasbourg ou plus vraisemblablement Paris, est un orfèvre, un dessinateur et un graveur français de la Renaissance.↑ Selon parfois la propre graphie de l'artiste.↑ Selon Robert-Dumesnil (Weigel, 1865) : le lieu de sa naissance serait soit Paris, soit Orléans.↑ Les notices d'autorité (Musée du Louvre, Gallica) indiquent 1583, certains catalogues 1595 ce qui paraît douteux.

PropertyValue
dbpedia-owl:abstract
  • Étienne Delaune ou De Laune, né en 1518 ou 1519 et mort vers 1583 à Strasbourg ou plus vraisemblablement Paris, est un orfèvre, un dessinateur et un graveur français de la Renaissance.
  • Étienne Delaune, Delaulne, or De Laune, a French engraver, was born in Paris, or more probably at Orléans, in 1518. He commenced bis career as an engraver of medals, and is said to have been helped by Benvenuto Cellini, who was at that time living in Paris. He afterwards engraved many prints after Raphael, and the Italian masters of Fontainebleau, and still more after the designs of his son Jean, with whom he passed the greater part of his life at Strassburg. His style was formed upon that of the Little Masters of Germany. He died at Strassburg in 1595. Étienne Delaune was one of the most famous designers of goldsmith's work of his time. There are six of his designs in the Louvre; two of them are for circular dishes representing the Histories of Moses and of Samson. His prints, which are generally small, are very numerous; they are executed entirely with the graver, with great dexterity of handling, and are very highly finished. He copied some of the prints of Marc Antonio with success. He usually marked his prints with the initial of his Christian name, S., or S. F., or S. fecit, but sometimes Stephanus, fecit. His works are described in Robert-Dumesnil's 'Peintre-Graveur,' vol. ix. The following are the principal: A set of thirty Subjects from the Old Testament.A set of eighteen Mythological Subjects; oval, very small.The Twelve Months of the Year; circular.Jupiter, Neptune, Mercury, and Ceres; four circular plates.Four Subjects from Ancient History ; oval.The Four Monarchies; oval.Four plates of Rural Occupations; oval.The Three Graces.David and Goliath; after Marc Antonio.The Murder of the Innocents; after the same.The Martyrdom of St. Felicitas; after the same.The Rape of Helen; after the same.The Brazen Serpent; after Jean Cousin. This is one of his largest prints.
dbpedia-owl:thumbnail
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageExternalLink
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageID
  • 6825375 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageLength
  • 4156 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageOutDegree
  • 33 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 108660708 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink
prop-fr:wikiPageUsesTemplate
dcterms:subject
rdfs:comment
  • Étienne Delaune ou De Laune, né en 1518 ou 1519 et mort vers 1583 à Strasbourg ou plus vraisemblablement Paris, est un orfèvre, un dessinateur et un graveur français de la Renaissance.↑ Selon parfois la propre graphie de l'artiste.↑ Selon Robert-Dumesnil (Weigel, 1865) : le lieu de sa naissance serait soit Paris, soit Orléans.↑ Les notices d'autorité (Musée du Louvre, Gallica) indiquent 1583, certains catalogues 1595 ce qui paraît douteux.
  • Étienne Delaune, Delaulne, or De Laune, a French engraver, was born in Paris, or more probably at Orléans, in 1518. He commenced bis career as an engraver of medals, and is said to have been helped by Benvenuto Cellini, who was at that time living in Paris. He afterwards engraved many prints after Raphael, and the Italian masters of Fontainebleau, and still more after the designs of his son Jean, with whom he passed the greater part of his life at Strassburg.
rdfs:label
  • Étienne Delaune
  • Étienne Delaune
owl:sameAs
http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#wasDerivedFrom
foaf:depiction
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageDisambiguates of
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink of
is foaf:primaryTopic of