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ID: 500007097
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ulan/500007097

 
Record Type: Person
Dumonstier, Geoffroy (French painter, etcher, ca. 1510-1573)

Note: Son of Jean Dumonstier, a painter and illuminator, and brother of Meston, a goldsmith in Rouen. Geoffroy worked for Francis I, Henry II and Catherine de' Medici.

Names:
Dumonstier, Geoffroy (preferred,V,index)
Geoffroy Dumonstier (V,display)
Dumonstier, Godefroy (V)

Nationalities:
French (preferred)

Roles:
artist (preferred)
painter
illuminator
designer
etcher
court artist

Gender: male

Events:
active:   Rouen (Normandie, France) (inhabited place)
active:   1537-1540  Fontainebleau (Île-de-France, France) (inhabited place)
active:   Paris (Île-de-France, France) (inhabited place)

Related People or Corporate Bodies:
child of ....  Dumonstier, Jean  
..............  (French painter, died ca. 1535) [500433847]
grandparent of ....  Dumonstier, Daniel  
..........................  (French painter, draftsman, 1574-1645) [500017647]
grandparent of ....  Dumonstier, Pierre, II  
..........................  (French draftsman, ca. 1585-1656) [500050634]
member of ....  Dumonstier family  
................  (French artists, active 16th-18th centuries) [500050636]
nephew/niece of ....  Dumonstier, Meston  
............................  (French goldsmith, active 1535) [500433848]
parent of ....  Dumonstier, Cosme  
................  (French painter, ca. 1550-1605) [500050635]
parent of ....  Dumonstier, Etienne, II  
................  (French painter, ca. 1540-1603) [500045947]
parent of ....  Dumonstier, Pierre, I  
................  (French painter, ca. 1545-1625) [500008865]
patron was ....  Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II  
..................  (French queen consort, 1519-1589) [500241471]
patron was ....  Francis I, King of France  
..................  (French king, 1494-1547) [500122500]
patron was ....  Henry II, King of France  
..................  (French king, 1519-1559) [500277680]

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Persons, Artists
 ........  Dumonstier, Geoffroy (I)

Biographies:
(French painter, etcher, ca. 1510-1573) ..... [VP Preferred]
(French artist, active 16th century) ..... [WCP]
(French, act.1510-1560) ..... [PHOA]
(French artist, op.1510-1560) ..... [WCP]
(French artist, active 1510-1560) ..... [WL-Courtauld]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
Dumonstier, Geoffroy ........ [GRLPA Preferred, VP Preferred, WL-Courtauld Preferred]
..........................................  Database for the Witt Checklist of Painters c. 1200-1976 (1978-)
..........................................  Grove Dictionary of Art online (1999-2002) accessed 3 Feb 2003
..........................................  Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Künstler (1980-1986)
..........................................  Witt Library, Authority files
Dumonstier, Godefroy ........ [WCP Preferred, WL-Courtauld]
..........................................  Database for the Witt Checklist of Painters c. 1200-1976 (1978-)
..........................................  Witt Library, Authority files
Geoffroy Dumonstier ........ [VP, WL-Courtauld]
........................................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules

Subject: ........ [GRLPA, VP, WCP, WL-Courtauld]
....................  Database for the Witt Checklist of Painters c. 1200-1976 (1978-)
....................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules
....................  Grove Dictionary of Art online (1999-2002) accessed 3 Feb 2003
....................  Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Künstler (1980-1986)
....................  Witt Library, Authority files
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Grove Dictionary of Art online (1999-2002) accessed 3 Feb 2003
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