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Trophime BigotCandle Master

Trophime Bigot was a French artist born in 1579. Bigot contributed to the Baroque movement, worked in Italy, and died in 1650.

Known as the master of the candle. Trophime was all in with the drama of the Baroque age. Born in the south of France in around 1577, his career as a painter took him to Rome and back, dying near his home, Aix-en-Provence in the south of France in 1650.

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