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Louis-Leopold Boilly was a French painter and draftsman of the 18th and 19th centuries. He is an author of portraits painted with oil paint. He often depicted well-known figures - such as the leader of the French Revolution, Robespierre. In his works, the painter drew inspiration from the bourgeoisie as well. In bimago, we suggest the reproduction of Louis-Leopold Boilly that will undoubtedly fit the taste of the enthusiasts of the 18th-century painting. Canvas paintings will perfectly match the interiors in the classical and eclectic styles!


Reproductions on canvas by Louis-Léopold Boilly

Louis-Leopold Boilly showed an outstanding talent for painting from an early age. The development of his work was influenced by Dominique Doncre, who was known for his trompe l'oeil technique, i.e. illusionistic painting. When Leopold Boilly moved to Paris, his career began to gain momentum. The artist developed his craft by painting mainly portraits. Louis-Leopold Boilly's collection of works included many famous personalities of 18th-century France. The painter painted his portraits with oil paints, and most of his works do not have a specific date of creation. Boilly was also engaged in lithography, from which he mainly earned money. He was a popular artist and his works aroused great interest among the Parisian clientele. Louis Boilly's work, however, was not always appreciated. One of his paintings showing a woman during an intimate toilet caused outrage among art critics and members of the Paris Academy of Fine Arts. The artist did not like the too much boldness, even though the technical aspect of the painting was phenomenal.

Reproductions of Louis-Léopold Boilly paintings for the living room wall

Reproductions of paintings by Louis-Leopold Boilly are a real treat for lovers of 18th-century French painting. These extremely elegant works will look great in classic, eclectic or elegant interiors. Beautiful portraits by Boilly can be hung in the living room, bedroom or office. In order to highlight the details of the work, it is worth adding a separate light source that will attract the attention of guests and encourage discussion. Boilly's paintings are best combined with smooth walls in cream white, blue or dark bottle green.

Louis-Leopold Boilly was a French painter and draftsman of the 18th and 19th centuries. He is an author of portraits painted with oil paint. He often depicted well-known figures - such as the leader of the French Revolution, Robespierre. In his works, the painter drew inspiration from the bourgeoisie as well. In bimago, we suggest the reproduction of Louis-Leopold Boilly that will undoubtedly fit the taste of the enthusiasts of the 18th-century painting. Canvas paintings will perfectly match the interiors in the classical and eclectic styles!

Reproductions on canvas by Louis-Léopold Boilly

Louis-Leopold Boilly showed an outstanding talent for painting from an early age. The development of his work was influenced by Dominique Doncre, who was known for his trompe l'oeil technique, i.e. illusionistic painting. When Leopold Boilly moved to Paris, his career began to gain momentum. The artist developed his craft by painting mainly portraits. Louis-Leopold Boilly's collection of works included many famous personalities of 18th-century France. The painter painted his portraits with oil paints, and most of his works do not have a specific date of creation. Boilly was also engaged in lithography, from which he mainly earned money. He was a popular artist and his works aroused great interest among the Parisian clientele. Louis Boilly's work, however, was not always appreciated. One of his paintings showing a woman during an intimate toilet caused outrage among art critics and members of the Paris Academy of Fine Arts. The artist did not like the too much boldness, even though the technical aspect of the painting was phenomenal.


Reproductions of Louis-Léopold Boilly paintings for the living room wall

Reproductions of paintings by Louis-Leopold Boilly are a real treat for lovers of 18th-century French painting. These extremely elegant works will look great in classic, eclectic or elegant interiors. Beautiful portraits by Boilly can be hung in the living room, bedroom or office. In order to highlight the details of the work, it is worth adding a separate light source that will attract the attention of guests and encourage discussion. Boilly's paintings are best combined with smooth walls in cream white, blue or dark bottle green.