Audran, Claude III (1658-1734)
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Claude III Audran, French painter and designer, was born in Lione in 1657 and died in Paris in 1734. He was one of the most prestigious decorators serving the French court: frescoing of Royal apartments and cartoons for the Gobelins tapestries. He also worked in Meudon, La Muette, Marly and in Palace of Luxemburg, having Watteau as an assistant.
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