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Nicolas de Largilliere Self-portrait oil painting


Self-portrait
Painting ID::  75855
Nicolas de Largilliere
Self-portrait
1707(1707) Oil on canvas 92.7 ?? 73 cm (36.5 ?? 28.7 in) cjr

   
   
     

Nicolas de Largilliere Portrait of a lady with a dog and monkey. oil painting


Portrait of a lady with a dog and monkey.
Painting ID::  76221
Nicolas de Largilliere
Portrait of a lady with a dog and monkey.
1700-1710 Oil on canvas cjr

   
   
     

Nicolas de Largilliere Die schone Strabburgerin oil painting


Die schone Strabburgerin
Painting ID::  76413
Nicolas de Largilliere
Die schone Strabburgerin
Date 1703(1703) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 138 ?? 106 cm (54.3 ?? 41.7 in) cyf

   
   
     

Nicolas de Largilliere Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Forest oil painting


Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Forest
Painting ID::  76609
Nicolas de Largilliere
Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Forest
1704(1704) Oil on canvas 96 cm (37.8 in). Height: 128.5 cm (50.6 in). cjr

   
   
     

Nicolas de Largilliere Portrait of Marguerite de Largilliere oil painting


Portrait of Marguerite de Largilliere
Painting ID::  76670
Nicolas de Largilliere
Portrait of Marguerite de Largilliere
1726(1726) Oil on canvas 81.7 ?? 65.3 cm (32.2 ?? 25.7 in) cjr

   
   
     

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     Nicolas de Largilliere
     1656-1746 French Nicolas de Largilliere Gallery Nicolas de Largilli??re (October 10, 1656 - March 20, 1746), French painter, was born in Paris. His father, a merchant, took him to Antwerp at the age of three. As a boy, he spent nearly two years in London. Sometime after his return to Antwerp, a failed attempt at business led him to the studio of Goubeau. However, Largilli??re left at the age of eighteen to seek his fortune in England, where he was befriended and employed by Lely, for four years at Windsor. His skills attracted Charles II, who wished to retain him in his service, but the fury aroused by the Rye House Plot against Roman Catholics alarmed Largilli??re. He left for Paris where he was well received by Le Brun and Van der Meulen. Despite his Flemish training as a portrait-painter, his reputation was soon established. Largilli??re's brilliant colour and lively touch attracted celebrities of his day??actresses, public men and popular preachers flocked to his studio. President Lambert, with his beautiful wife and daughter, were among his most noted subjects.

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