Pierre Julien, né à Saint-Paulien le 20 juin 1731 et mort à Paris le 17 décembre 1804, est un sculpteur néo-classique français.

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  • Pierre Julien, né à Saint-Paulien le 20 juin 1731 et mort à Paris le 17 décembre 1804, est un sculpteur néo-classique français.
  • Pierre Julien (d. 20 Haziran 1731 – ö. 17 Aralık 1804), Fransız heykeltıraş. Rokoko ve neoklasiğin tüm stillerinde çalıştı.Doğduğu köy olan Saint-Paulien'a yakın olan Le Puy'de küçük yaşta çıraklığa başladı. Lyon École de dessin'de sonra da Guillaume Coustou the Younger'da çıraklık yaptı. Klasik kalkmacılık alanında kabartma paneli kullanarak bir heykel yaptı. Bu eseri ona Prix de Rome'u 1765 yılında kazandırdı. Böylece ressam Louis-Michel van Loo yönetimindeki üstün zekalılar okulunda özel ders almaya hak kazandı. 1768'den 1773'e kadar Académie de France à Rome'da konuk hocaydı. Orada neoklasisizm akımına etkilenmesi öğrencilerini de etkiledi. Fransa'ya antikadan mermer kopyası gönderdi. Boyutunu biraz küçülterek şu an Versay Sarayı'nda bulunan Vatikan Kleopatrası'nı ortaya çıkardı. Fransa'ya ve eski ustasına dönerek Louis, Fransa veliahtı'nın Sens Katedrali'ndeki anıt mezarlığı için heykeli üzerinde uğraştı.
  • Pierre Julien, (Saint-Paulien, 20 de junio 1731 - París, 17 de diciembre 1804), fue un escultor francés, considerado un maestro del neoclasicismo.
  • Pierre Julien (20 June 1731 – 17 December 1804) was a French sculptor who worked in a full range of rococo and neoclassical styles.He served an early apprenticeship at Le Puy-en-Velay, near his natal village of Saint-Paulien, then at the École de dessin of Lyon, then entered the Parisian atelier of Guillaume Coustou the Younger. In 1765 he won a Prix de Rome for sculpture with a bas-relief panel of a subject from Antiquity and entered the École royale des élèves protégés, which offered a special course of study under the direction of the painter Louis-Michel van Loo. He was a pensionnaire at the French Academy in Rome, 1768 to 1773, where he was influenced by the tide of neoclassicism that affected his fellow students. As pensionnaires were expected to do, he sent back to France a marble copy from the Antique, slightly reduced in scale, of the so-called Cleopatra, the Vatican's Sleeping Ariadne, which remains at Versailles.On his return to France and his former master, he worked on the sculpture for the mausoleum of Louis, le Grand Dauphin in the cathedral of Sens. After a failed try in 1776, with his Ganymede, he was received by the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture in 1778, with a Dying Gladiator for his morceau de réception He was named one of the original members of the Institut de France, 1795, and a chevalier of the Légion d'Honneur, 1804.He received commissions from the comte d'Angiviller, director of the Bâtiments du Roi, on behalf of Louis XVI for figures in a suite of life-size portraits of the great men of France: he realized a Jean de La Fontaine and a Nicolas Poussin, whom he elected to represent in his nightclothes, approximating the draperies of a Roman toga. While fulfilling commissions in Paris, for the Church of Sainte-Geneviève (now the Panthéon, Paris), or at the Pavillon de Flore of the Louvre, he sculpted in 1785 a virtuoso marble ensemble of the nymph Amalthea and the goat that nurtured Jupiter for the Queen's fastidiously-appointed Dairy (La Laiterie) at the Château de Rambouillet; for his model, he adapted the pose of the famous Capitoline Venus. Bas-reliefs from the Laiterie, reckoned among his masterpieces, were sold at auction in 1819, but were retrieved by the State in 2005, thanks to a gift from the son of the great dealer-collector Daniel Wildenstein.
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  • Pierre Julien, né à Saint-Paulien le 20 juin 1731 et mort à Paris le 17 décembre 1804, est un sculpteur néo-classique français.
  • Pierre Julien, (Saint-Paulien, 20 de junio 1731 - París, 17 de diciembre 1804), fue un escultor francés, considerado un maestro del neoclasicismo.
  • Pierre Julien (d. 20 Haziran 1731 – ö. 17 Aralık 1804), Fransız heykeltıraş. Rokoko ve neoklasiğin tüm stillerinde çalıştı.Doğduğu köy olan Saint-Paulien'a yakın olan Le Puy'de küçük yaşta çıraklığa başladı. Lyon École de dessin'de sonra da Guillaume Coustou the Younger'da çıraklık yaptı. Klasik kalkmacılık alanında kabartma paneli kullanarak bir heykel yaptı. Bu eseri ona Prix de Rome'u 1765 yılında kazandırdı.
  • Pierre Julien (20 June 1731 – 17 December 1804) was a French sculptor who worked in a full range of rococo and neoclassical styles.He served an early apprenticeship at Le Puy-en-Velay, near his natal village of Saint-Paulien, then at the École de dessin of Lyon, then entered the Parisian atelier of Guillaume Coustou the Younger.
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