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Tassaert was the surname of a family of painters, sculptors and illustrators, originating in Antwerp, which later settled and worked in France and Prussia in the 17th and 18th century: Pierre Tassaert, painter,, received as a master into the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke in 1635. Jean Pierre Tassaert (1651–1725), painter at Antwerp, son of Pierre Jean-Pierre-Antoine Tassaert (1729–1788), sculptor, Jean Pierre's grandson, established in Paris (1744) then Berlin (1775) Jean-Joseph-François Tassaert (1765-1838), engraver and painter, son of Jean-Pierre-Antoine, definitely established in Paris (1792) Paul Tassaert (1792-1850), French engraver, son of Jean-Joseph-François Octave Tassaert (1810-1874), French painter, son of Jean-Joseph-François Henriette-Félicité Tassaert, (1766-1818), miniaturist, daughter of Jean-Pierre-Antoine, active in Prussia Antoinette Tassaert épouse Beer (1768-1823), miniaturist, Member of the Berlin Academy, daughter of Jean-Pierre-Antoine Philippe Joseph Tassaert, painter, brother of Jean-Pierre-Antoine
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