1599 ca1648
The three Le Nain brothers were painters in 17th-century France: Antoine, Louis (c.1593-1648), and Mathieus (1607–1677). They produced genre works, portraits and portrait miniatures. By 1630, all three lived in Paris, where they shared the studio founded by Antoine, who was admitted to the Paris painters' guild, enabling his two brothers to train under him without paying fees. Within a few years they were receiving important commissions, Antoine painting a group portrait of the aldermen of Paris in 1632.
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