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Realism, static composition and the use of a cold colour palette - are the main characteristics of paintings by Philippe de Champaigne - a French artist of the Baroque epoch. The painter mostly created portraits that allowed him to focus on a deep psychological analysis while, at the same, faithfully depicting the cast of features of the characters! Among his work, you can also find religious paintings. We suggest the reproductions of Philippe de Champaigne from bimago to all the enthusiasts of the Baroque painting! It's good to hang canvas paintings in the representative part of your house - in a living room, dining room or office.


Reproductions on canvas by Philippe de Champaigne

Philippe de Champaigne is an outstanding representative of the French Baroque. The Flemish, who lived in the 17th century, finally decided to leave his native Brussels and live in Paris, where he lived out the end of his days. His works are now known all over the world. A number of events contributed to this. The painter collaborated with, among others, Nicolas Poussin, and painted at the royal courts of: Marie de Medici, Louis XIII, and Cardinal Mazarin. In addition, he created portraits of Cardinal Richelieu and Pascal. It is also worth paying attention to his scientific activities. Philippe de Champaigne was the rector of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture.
As a representative of the baroque, his work focused on biblical themes, mythology, and the previously mentioned portrait painting. He was interested in people and he put them with all their advantages and disadvantages first. He also did not shy away from the theme of death. One of his most famous works is "Vanitas". The canvas depicting a skull in the company of a still life fills us with horror, sadness and nostalgia.

Reproductions of Philippe de Champaigne paintings for the wall

Philippe de Champaigne reproductions are a perfect addition to your interior design and will especially delight art lovers. Dark, subdued colors, dark motifs, and sacred themes will look especially good in the representative part of a house or apartment. When hung in the living room, office or hall, they will make both residents and guests feel like they are in an art gallery. It is worth noting that Philippe de Champaigne reproductions will look exceptionally good against the background of smooth walls and in the company of unobtrusive accessories. Minimalism and classic style will work best here.

Realism, static composition and the use of a cold colour palette - are the main characteristics of paintings by Philippe de Champaigne - a French artist of the Baroque epoch. The painter mostly created portraits that allowed him to focus on a deep psychological analysis while, at the same, faithfully depicting the cast of features of the characters! Among his work, you can also find religious paintings. We suggest the reproductions of Philippe de Champaigne from bimago to all the enthusiasts of the Baroque painting! It's good to hang canvas paintings in the representative part of your house - in a living room, dining room or office.

Reproductions on canvas by Philippe de Champaigne

Philippe de Champaigne is an outstanding representative of the French Baroque. The Flemish, who lived in the 17th century, finally decided to leave his native Brussels and live in Paris, where he lived out the end of his days. His works are now known all over the world. A number of events contributed to this. The painter collaborated with, among others, Nicolas Poussin, and painted at the royal courts of: Marie de Medici, Louis XIII, and Cardinal Mazarin. In addition, he created portraits of Cardinal Richelieu and Pascal. It is also worth paying attention to his scientific activities. Philippe de Champaigne was the rector of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture.
As a representative of the baroque, his work focused on biblical themes, mythology, and the previously mentioned portrait painting. He was interested in people and he put them with all their advantages and disadvantages first. He also did not shy away from the theme of death. One of his most famous works is "Vanitas". The canvas depicting a skull in the company of a still life fills us with horror, sadness and nostalgia.


Reproductions of Philippe de Champaigne paintings for the wall

Philippe de Champaigne reproductions are a perfect addition to your interior design and will especially delight art lovers. Dark, subdued colors, dark motifs, and sacred themes will look especially good in the representative part of a house or apartment. When hung in the living room, office or hall, they will make both residents and guests feel like they are in an art gallery. It is worth noting that Philippe de Champaigne reproductions will look exceptionally good against the background of smooth walls and in the company of unobtrusive accessories. Minimalism and classic style will work best here.