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The painter and his model - Attributed to Charles Amédée Philippe Van Loo (1719 1795)
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Period :
18th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 35.43 inch X l. 27.95 inch
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The painter and his model - Attributed to Charles Amédée Philippe Van Loo (1719 1795)

Charles Amédée Philippe Van Loo (1719 1795) attributed. The painter and his model

81.5 cm by 65 cm re-lined canvas
Old frame of 90 cm by 71 cm

This very beautiful painting offers us the image of a painter in the process of making the antique portrait of his model. The artist is seated on a very beautiful neoclassical armchair, his model is holding a garland of flowers whose representation is characteristic of the painter. Also note this marble column surmounted by a superb richly ornamented vase. The entire composition, colored by an Artist with a generous palette, is of great elegance.

Charles Amédée Philippe Van Loo (1719 1795)

Pupil of his father Jean-Baptiste van Loo in Turin and Rome. Two of his brothers François van Loo (1708 1732) and Louis Michel van Loo (1707 1771) are also painters. He is also the nephew of the painter Carl van Loo (Charles André), younger brother of his father.

He obtained the Prix de Rome in 1738 then moved to Paris in 1745 after a stay in Aix en Provence and became a member of the Academy in 1747: Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian (Notre-Dame de Versailles). The same year, he married his cousin Marie Marguerite Lebrun, daughter of the painter Charles Lebrun.

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18th Century Oil Painting Louis XV