Réf : 41165
Lady's portrait circa 1695, nicolas de largillierre worksop
Beautiful setting XVIIth century carved and gilded.
(81.5 cm by 66, 84 by 102cm with frame)
The young woman is seen half-length in front of a twilight landscape.
Dressed in an orange taffeta gown decorated with fine lace, she wears a red velvet scarf lined with silver brocade. Her hair tied with a red ribbon is called "the fontange"
Table executed by the workshop of Nicolas de Largillière (1656-1746), painter of high society of the eighteenth century.
Formed in Antwerp, he worked in London (where Lely transmitted to him the lesson of Van Dyck), then moved to Paris (1682). Protected by Le Brun, he [...]