Jean de Jullienne
Jean de Julienne (29 November 1686 - 20 March 1766) was a French businessman, arts patron and art collector, most notable as a friend and protector of Antoine Watteau. He was born and died in Paris.
He was the nephew of François Jullienne, who retired from business in 1729 and made Jean manager of the tapestry factory François had set up with his brother in law Jean Glucq near the Manufacture Royale des Gobelins.
- Grasselli, Margaret Morgan; Rosenberg, Pierre & Paramantier, Nicole (1984). Watteau, 1684-1721 ; National Gallery of Art, June 17—September 23, 1984; Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, October 23, 1984—January 28, 1985; Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin, February 22—May 26, 1985. Washington: National Gallery of Art. ISBN 0-89468-074-9. OCLC 557740787 – via the National Gallery of Art archive.
- Tillerot, Isabelle (2011). "Engraving Watteau in the Eighteenth Century: Order and Display in the Recueil Jullienne". Getty Research Journal (3): 33–52. eISSN 2329-1249. ISSN 1944-8740. JSTOR 23005386.
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