Perrier, Guillaume

Perrier, Guillaume a painter and engraver, nephew and scholar of the preceding, flourished about the middle of the 17th century, and died in 1655. His works are executed in the style of his uncle. Among his principal pictures are those in the sacristy of the Minims at Lyons, where he had taken refuge, having killed his antagonist in a duel. There are a few etchings by him in the style of Francois Perrier, among which are an emblematic subject, the Portrait of Lazarus Messonier, the Death of the Magdalen, and the holy Family.

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