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Poussin, Nicolas

Line breaks: Nico|las Pous|sin
Pronunciation: /ˈpuːsã
 
, pusɛ̃/
( 1594–1665), French painter. He is regarded as the chief representative of French classicism and a master of the grand manner. His subject matter included biblical scenes ( The Adoration of the Golden Calf, circa 1635), classical mythology ( Et in Arcadia Ego, circa 1655), and historical landscapes.

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