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Painting ID::  74424
Zwei Madchen
1918 Oil on canvas 100 X 65 cm (39.37 X 25.59 in) cjr

Amedeo Modigliani Zwei Madchen oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  75781
Zwei Madchen
Oil on canvas Dimensions 100 ?? 65 cm (39.4 ?? 25.6 in) cyf

Amedeo Modigliani Zwei Madchen oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  81260
Zwei Madchen
Oil on canvas Dimensions 41 x 30.3 cm (16.1 x 11.9 in) cyf

Louis Le Nain Zwei Madchen oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Louis Le Nain
1593-1648 French Louis Le Nain Gallery French family of painters. Antoine Le Nain (b Laon, c. 1600; bur Paris, 26 May 1648) and his brothers Louis Le Nain (b Laon, c. 1600; bur Paris, 24 May 1648) and Mathieu Le Nain (b Laon, c. 1607; bur Paris, 26 April 1677) lived together and shared a studio in Paris. Since the studio was headed by Antoine, he is assumed to have been older than Louis. The brothers reputation rests on a number of paintings signed Le Nain, on the basis of which other paintings (but no drawings) have also been attributed to them. None of the signed paintings bears a Christian name, and there is no secure way of attributing works to the individual brothers, although many attempts have been made. Eighteenth-century sale catalogues, fearful of anonymity, effectively chose from the three names at random. Since the writings of Witt (1910) and Jamot (1922) in particular, it has been habitual to ascribe small paintings on copper to Antoine, and austere, larger peasant scenes to Louis. This division of hands will be found in almost all the subsequent literature on the artists, although it must be stressed that there is no evidence at all to support it. Great efforts have also been made to identify works by Mathieu, since he survived his brothers by nearly 30 years and presumably continued to paint after their deaths in 1648. However, no such activity after 1648 is securely documented, and none of the surviving works bears a date later than 1647; and the arguments for a separate Mathieu oeuvre, though cogent, should not be regarded as conclusive. The outstanding feature of the work of the Le Nain brothers, and the basis of their celebrity since the mid-19th century, is the artists treatment of the poor.
Zwei Madchen
Oil on canvas Dimensions 41 x 30.3 cm (16.1 x 11.9 in) cyf

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