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Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon
Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon - Paintings & Drawings Style Louis XIV Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon - Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon - Louis XIV
Ref : 109839
10 500 €
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
l. 18.11 inch X H. 20.87 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon 17th century - Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon
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Presumed Portraits of the Duchess and the Duke of Bourbon

Oil on canvas, in oval shape.
Louis XIV period original carved gilt wood frames.
17th century.
France.

Dimensions frame included.

Louis III of Bourbon-Condé (1668 - 1710), duke of Bourbon, duke of Montmorency (1668-1689) then duke of Enghien (1689-1709), then 6e prince of Condé, earl of Sancerre (1709-1710), earl of Charolais (1709) and seigneur of Chantilly, was a French prince. The prince The prince wears the white scarf of command on his breastplate. Throughout the 17th century, the white scarf was the official mark of royal power in France. It constitutes the distinctive insignia of the Bourbon kings, the one they wear on their official portraits.

Louise-Françoise de Bourbon (1673 - 1743) called Mademoiselle de Nantes, duchess of Bourbon than princess of Condé, was a French princess, legitimate daughter of the king Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan.

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CATALOGUE

17th Century Oil Painting Louis XIV