And don't miss 'Masterpieces of French Art' at Franck Baulme Fine Arts (8-30 September), which includes portraits by masters such as Nicolas de Largilliere
and Hyacinthe Rigaud.
Um homem de Ornans, um campones fechado em seu caixao se permite reunir no seu enterro uma multidao consideravel: camponeses, pessoas de baixo nivel social, e se da, a esse enterro, a importancia que Largilliere
tinha o direito de dar a magistrados que iam a missa do Espirito Santo.
Another painting dating from that early period, the portrait of the author of the "Caracteres" La Bruyere, 1775, no dimensions given, Musee de Versailles displays the influence of Nicolas de Largilliere
, 1656-1746, and Hyacinthe Rigaud, 1659-1743, who had also painted portraits of that personality.
Bertrand C, Largilliere
C, Zabot MT, Mathieu M, Vianey-Saban C.
Whereas in Madrid the Bourbons' portraits, entrusted to French painters in Paris such as Hyacinthe Rigaud and Francois de Troy (Luna 239-40), included lesser-known members of the Parisian court and were utilized for state functions, in La Granja de San Ildefonso, the portraits painted by Rigaud, Largilliere
, Jean Ranc and Molinaretto formed a strict family series.
Carbillon L, Seince N, Largilliere
C, Bucourt M, Uzan M.
Carbillon L, Uzan M, Largilliere
C, Perrot N, Tigaizin A, Paries J, et al.
He ordered the painter Nicolas de Largilliere
to produce a large picture showing him, the Queen and the Prince of Wales, which was on permanent display in his antechamber.
The academician Nicolas de Largilliere
is said to have thought Chardin was a talented young Fleming when he first saw his work.
Several passing academicians, including La Tour, saw his canvases and persuaded him to seek membership of the Academie Royale de Peinture, which was granted with applause, particularly from Nicolas de Largilliere
, an admirer of Dutch still-life painting; although granted only in the lower rank assigned to painters of still-life and genre.
1730) by Nicolas de Largilliere
, a familiar at Versailles, who, in 1709 had painted Louis XIV and his family.
While nothing was known about the painting in France, Milgrom's research in the Witt Library revealed that it had belonged to both the painter Nicolas de Largilliere
and the Princess Royal, both of whose sales listed it as a Sebastien Bourdon.