In 1772, Antoine would have been 30, and Pierre 23. Does he mean the Vernet original was sold then, or the VLB copy? 1771 "Portrait of a Young Girl," pastel on blue paper, 15 3/8" x 11 3/8" (39 x 29 cm). Joseph Franois Charles Michel De Roissy, seigneur de Dennemont-Follainville, born 3/8/1751 was colonel de cavalerie, Marchal gnral des Logis et Armes du roi (1779) then Marchal de camp (1786).In 1771, he married Marie Flix d'Aulnoy (see below).
)," red chalk, 5 7/8" x 9 1/2," signed lower right: E. after two of my brother." (Sin Evans’ translation reads "... Their daughter would marry the engraver, Louis-Philibert Debucourt.
1772 "Standing Woman Holding a Sheet of Music (The Artist’s Mother? Baillio quotes from her handwritten draft: "At thirteen and a half I painted ...(my) third portrait ... Baillio attributes this painting to VLB, and suggests that the sitter may have been her brother. 1772-74 "Jacques Franois Le Svre, Artist’s Step-Father," oil on canvas, 23 5/8" x 19 1/2" (60 x 49.5 cm), private collection. In 1764 she married Louis-Philippe Mouchy (1734-1801).
[Biographical information courtesy of Olivier Blanc.] See below 1773 "Young man" for additional information. [Biographical information courtesy of Olivier Blanc.] See below 1773 "Young woman" for additional information.
Marie Flix d'Aulnoy, daughter of Jean-Pierre Favre d'Aulnoy, trsorier payeur prs la cour des aides de Clermont-Ferrand, and Marie Perptue Martin. 1773 “Young man,” pastel on paper, 19 5/8" x 19 1/4" (50 x 49 cm), signed and dated lower left: Melle Vige 1773.
[Identified by Olivier Blanc.] 1774 "Vicomte de La Blache," oil on canvas, oval, 30 3/4" x 24 3/8" (78 x 62 cm), private collection. On 3 March 1772, he married Catherine Le Roy de Senneville. He was an uncle (by marriage) to Countess Anna Ivanova Orlov, ne Countess Saltykova (1777-1824), whom VLB would later paint in St. When her brother, the Prince de Lamballe, died in 1768, she became heiress to France’s greatest fortune.
The sitter's older brother, Alexandre Joseph Falcoz de La Blache (1739-1799), was known as the Comte de La Blache. Born Catherine Le Roy de Senneville, on 3 March 1772 she married Jean Falcoz de La Blache. [Olivier Blanc suggests this sitter may have been a relative of Claude-Auguste-Nicolas Dorion, a poet opposed to the Revolution. [Per Nikolenko, in addition to this bust, there is a full-length version. As a result she was married in 1769 to her cousin Louis Philippe Joseph d’Orlans (13 April 1747 – 6 November 1793), Duc de Chartres (1752), later Duc d’Orlans (1785), changed his name to Philippe galit (1792).
Petersburg and Moscow: 1795-1801 Berlin: 1801 Dresden: 1801 Paris: 1801-03 London: 1803-05 Paris: 1805-42 Switzerland: 1807 & 1808 Miscellaneous Paintings Cited by VLB Miscellaneous Entries Paintings Determined Not to Be the Work of VLB References Jeanne Messin, born 27 September 1728 near Neufchateau in the Vosges, married Vige then Le Svre, she died Paris 1801. 1772 "Jeanne Vige, the Artist’s Mother, seen from behind," pastel, oval, unlocated. 16 (b&w) [See related drawing, below.] [Attribution by Joseph Baillio.] ca. Louis Art Museum version is a later signature copy, and that the original is in a private Paris collection (which would explain VLB's listing of 1768-72, whereas the St. [Per , this portrait was probably completed in 1769, but not signed and dated until 1773. [Thanks to Jana Talkenberg for originally sending this image to us.] At one time this work was attributed to Jean-Baptiste-Simon Chardin. Elisabeth-Rosalie Pigalle was raised by her relative, the sculptor Jean-Baptiste Pigalle.
Paris: 1768-72 | 1773 | 1774 | 1775 | 1776 | 1777 | 1778 | 1779 | 1780 1781 | 1782 | 1783 | 1784 | 1785 | 1786 | 1787 | 1788 | 1789 Parma, Bologna, Turin and Florence: 1789 & 1792 Rome: 1789--92 Naples: 1790-91 Venice: 1792 Vienna: 1792-95 (Paintings) | (Pastels) St. "Etienne Vige, the Artist’s Brother," oil on canvas, 24 1/4" x 19 7/8" (61.6 x 50.5 cm), signed and dated lower left: M, p. Anonymous copy in National Trust, Polesden Lacey, Dorking, Surrey. Laurent Hugues, conservateur des muses de France alleges that the St.
The original paintings by VLB and other artists mentioned herein are in the public domain, and case law in the United States holds that faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain works of art are themselves in the public domain. [Identified by Franois Velde, with additional information from Olivier Blanc.] VLB also painted her sister, Anne Genevive, listed two paragraphs below. Olivier Blanc suggests this might have been the mother of Franois-Marie Suzanne, a sculptor born in 1750.
This includes a reproduction in a different medium, such as a photographic reproduction of an original painting, pastel, or drawing. Anne Genevive de La Vieuville, second daughter of Ren-Jean-Baptiste de La Vieuville, baron d’Arzillires. [Identified by Olivier Blanc.] VLB also painted her sister, Gabrielle-Anne, listed two paragraphs above.
1772 "Believed to be the Artist’s Mother," black chalk heightened with red chalk, 8 1/2" x 6 1/4." 1769?