Portrait of the Marquis Pierre Paul Joseph de Ribouton, oil on canvas from the French School of the eighteenth attributed to Philippe Sauvan. Original gilded wood frame. Marquis Pierre Joseph Paul de Ribouton, member of the Representative Assembly of the Comtat Venaissin in 1790, Party in 1791 before the annexation of the Comtat Venaissin, émigré radié 8 floréal of the year V. Philippe Sauvant (1698-1792) is the painter the most famous of the city of Avignon and its surroundings during the second half of the 18th century. He began his training with his father, painter and gilder Arles; he entered in 1714 in the studio of Pierre Parrocel in Avignon. After a stay in Rome, he returned to live in Avignon in 1718. From 1719, he received orders from religious communities and fraternities of the city. It is in the field of religious art that his work develops most, even if he is a valued portraitist. Philippe Sauvant had a long, rich and productive life. His studio is very active; Joseph Vernet is among his pupils. His style is similar to that of Parrocel for the palette and the female faces. Philippe SAUVAN had a long, rich and productive life. He became the most famous painter of the city of Avignon and its surroundings. From Thomassin castle in Bedarrides then by alliance to the hunting estate of Count Albert Joseph Augustin Olivier de Pezet also Bedarrides. Dimensions: frame height 88.5cm, width 72.5cm - frame height 74.5cm, width 57.8cm.
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