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Nicolas de Largillière

Portrait of a lady as Pomona, traditionally identified as the Marquise de Parabère

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Property from the collection of Jules Strauss, recently restituted to his heirs

Nicolas de Largillière

Nicolas de Largillière

Portrait of a lady as Pomona, traditionally identified as the Marquise de Parabère

Portrait of a lady as Pomona, traditionally identified as the Marquise de Parabère

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1,000,000 - 1,500,000 USD

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Nicolas de Largillière

Paris 1656 - 1746

Portrait of a lady as Pomona, traditionally identified as the Marquise de Parabère


signed and dated on the reverse of the original canvas: peint par. N. de Largilliere 1714 (now visible through infrared reflectography).

oil on canvas

canvas: 57 by 41 1/4 in.; 147 by 104.7 cm.

framed: 66 1/2 by 50 3/4 in.; 169 by 128.8 cm.


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祖爾斯・史特勞斯故藏,最近歸還予其後人

尼古拉・德・拉吉利耶

1656 - 1746年,巴黎

《扮演女神波摩納的女子肖像,一般被認為是帕拉貝侯爵夫人》


款識:(根據德累斯頓博物館在1985年完成的狀況報告)藝術家於原裝畫布背面簽名並紀年 peint par. N. de Largilliere 1714

畫布:57 x 41 1/4 英寸;147 x 104.7 公分

連框:66 1/2 x 50 3/4 英寸;169 x 128.8 公分

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Ernest Gimpel, Paris and New York;

From whom acquired by Comte Boni de Castellane, Paris and New York;

Marquis de Chaponay, Paris, by 23 April 1909 and until at least 1928;

With Wildenstein & Co., Paris;

There acquired by Jules Strauss, Paris, and his son-in-law Roger Sauerbach, Paris, by May 1928; 

Jules Strauss, Paris, by 1935 and until 1941;

Deutsche Reichsbank, Berlin, acquired from the above by persecution and forced sale shortly before June 1941 through Margot Jansson;

Transferred from the above to the Gemäldegalerie, East Berlin, in 1953; 

Transferred from the above to the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, in October 1959 (inv. 3821);

Restituted to the heirs of Jules Strauss in 2021.

L. Dumont-Wilden, Le Portrait en France, Brussels 1909, p. 204;
R. Gimpel, René GimpelJournal d’un collectionneur, Paris 1963, p. 45 (18 May 1922 entry), English language ed., New York 1987, p. 25;
G. Pascal, Largillierre, Paris 1928, p. 66, cat. no. 105, reproduced plate XIII;
H. Marx, "Französische Malerei des 18. Jahrhunderts in der Dresdener Gemäldegalerie. Die ausgestellten Bilder," in Dresdener Kunstblätter, vol. 17, Dresden 1973, pp. 178-179, reproduced p. 180;
M. N. Rosenfeld, Largillière: portraitiste du XVIIIe siècle, exhibition catalogue, Montreal 1981, p. 216, cat. no. 43a;
A. Walther (ed.), Gemäldegalerie Dresden, Alte Meister, Katalog der ausgestellten Werke, Leipzig, 1992, p. 251, cat. no. 3821, reproduced;
H. Börsch-Supan, Antoine Watteau, 1684-1721, Cologne 2000, pp. 76, reproduced in reverse p. 77, fig. 66;
Französische Gemälde des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts in deutschen Sammlungen, exhibition catalogue, Munich 2005, cat. no. 533, p. 104, reproduced p. 105;
R. Pic, "La longue quête d’un Largillière enfin récompensée" in Le Quotidien de l'Art, no. 2104, 11 February 2021, pp. 8-10, reproduced. 
Paris, Musée du Jeu de Paume, Exposition de cent portraits de femmes des écoles anglaise et française du XVIIIe siècle, 23 April - 1 July 1909, no. 76;
Paris, Petit-Palais, Largillière, May-June 1928, no. 106;
Copenhagen, Charlottenborg Palace, L’Art français au XVIIIe siècle, 25 August - 6 October 1935, no. 122;
Munich, Haus der Kunst; Paris, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais; Bonn, Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Französische Gemälde des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts in deutschen Sammlungen, 20 April 2005 - 14 May 2006, no. 533.