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Attributed to François Quesnel
PORTRAIT OF A FRENCH NOBLEWOMAN, HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A RUFF, PEARLS, A CROSS-SHAPED RIBBON, AND HOLDING A FAN
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THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR

Attributed to François Quesnel
PORTRAIT OF A FRENCH NOBLEWOMAN, HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A RUFF, PEARLS, A CROSS-SHAPED RIBBON, AND HOLDING A FAN
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西洋古典油畫日拍

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Attributed to François Quesnel
EDINBURGH 1543 - 1619 PARIS
PORTRAIT OF A FRENCH NOBLEWOMAN, HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A RUFF, PEARLS, A CROSS-SHAPED RIBBON, AND HOLDING A FAN
with an old handwritten label on the reverse of the original canvas: De[...] nn. Delbe / fe[..] M.re Si[...] / Delb[...] seigneur de Villes[cenie?]
oil on its original canvas
87.3 x 62.3 cm.; 34 3/8  x 24 1/2  in.
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來源

Anonymous sale, Monaco, Sotheby's, 30 June 1995, lot 9 (as Attributed to François Quesnel);
With Colnaghi, London, by December 1995 (as François Quesnel, when advertised in The Burlington Magazine, vol. CXXXVII, no. 1113).

展覽

New York, Colnaghi, The French Portrait: 1550-1850, 10 January – 10 February 1996 (as François Quesnel).

出版

A. Wintermute, The French Portrait: 1550–1850, New York 1996, pp. 14 and 90, reproduced in colour p. 15, pl. 2 (as François Quesnel).

相關資料

François Quesnel was born in Edinburgh, where his father, Pierre, was court painter to James V of Scotland. François' name first appears in French royal accounts in 1572, where he seems primarily to have been a draftsman specialising in trois crayons portraits, particularly of Henry III and members of his court. The present likeness is one of very few painted works attributed to the artist, characteristic in the fine handling of the sitter's face and hands, while her body and elements of her costume appear more schematic and stylised.

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