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Oudry

/French udri/
noun
1.
Jean-Baptiste (ʒɑ̃batist). 1686–1755, French rococo painter and tapestry designer, noted esp for animal and hunting scenes
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  • How hard and set, for instance, do her features seem in the life-size oil-painting by oudry at Hardwick Hall.

    Chantilly in History and Art Louise M. Richter
  • oudry asked himself why he should not rival them at Beauvais.

    The Tapestry Book Helen Churchill Candee
  • The chairs and settees were old and covered with faded tapestry, representing subjects of the chase by oudry and Desportes.

    Charles Baudelaire, His Life Thophile Gautier
  • Caffeine separated by oudry, and quinin by Pelletier and Caventou.

  • A pale winter sun piercing the mists of the Seine, illuminated the dogs painted by oudry on the doors of the dining room.

    The Red Lily, Complete Anatole France
  • oudry formerly gave security for him; he has given a lot of trouble.

    Sentimental Education Vol 1 Gustave Flaubert
  • Both oudry and his partner in business matters, Besnier, had died.

    The Tapestry Book Helen Churchill Candee
  • oudry was encouraged by Largillire to take up decoration also, which he did with conspicuous success.

    Chantilly in History and Art Louise M. Richter
  • There are also paintings here by Poussin, Isabey, and oudry.

    Rambles in Normandy Francis Miltoun
  • oudry verdures or outdoor scenes are but few in model, and beautifully woven.

    The Tapestry Book Helen Churchill Candee

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