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Pierre Mignard (1612-1695), Painter and portraitist

Artist associated with 7 portraits
Pierre Mignard studied under Simon Vouet, after which he spent some twenty years working as a painter in Italy. Returning to France in 1657, he built a successful portrait practice, painting many of the celebrities and court members of the day. In 1690, he succeeded Le Brun as the director of the Academie Royale and became the first painter to the king.

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1606

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

copy attributed to Jean Petitot, possibly after Pierre Mignard
enamel on gold, 17th century?
NPG 1606

228

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

possibly after Pierre Mignard
oil on canvas, feigned oval, (circa 1665-1670)
NPG 228

497

Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth

by Pierre Mignard
oil on canvas, 1682
On display in Room 7 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 497

D29101

Robert Menteith

by René Lochon, after Pierre Mignard
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D29101

D8895

Robert Menteith

by René Lochon, after Pierre Mignard
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D8895

D7875

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Charles Turner, after Pierre Mignard
mezzotint, published 1812
NPG D7875

D7876

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Charles Turner, after Pierre Mignard
mezzotint, published 1812
NPG D7876