1735, Jun 161784, Sep 15
the son of two reputed engravers at the time, François-Bernard and Renee-Elisabeth, was introduced to the artistic and cultural environment by his parents. Nicolas-Bernard studied with reputed artists of the century including Carle Vanloo. In 1769 he was accepted to the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris. Three years later, in 1772, he became an assistant professor and, in 1777, a professor. Lépicié's work was visibly influenced by his father's friend, talented Chardin, whose themes were a source of inspiration for the artist's latter paintings.
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