Lot 3900. Charles André van Loo, attributed to Dormant men

Sold:€ 300
Auction date:28.02.2020   10:00
ID 293006
Lot 3900Charles André van Loo, attributed to Dormant men
Charles André van Loo, attributed to Dormant men two partly naked men, next to a pillar, in stock, Ink, part, wash, 18. Century, on passe-partout cardboard sign, and this Carle van Loo referred to as "1705-1765 Ec. Fr.“, The conservation defects, under passe-partout behind glass framed, passe-partout cutout approx: 14.3 x 22.3 cm. Artist info: actually, Charles André van Loo, called Carle van Loo, or Carle Vanloo, French painter (1705 nice, until 1765, Paris), son of Louis Abraham van Loo, and brother of Jean-Baptiste van Loo, 1712-15 and 1716-18 with his brother trip to Italy, studying sculpture under Pierre Legros, from 1720, in Paris, and an assistant to his brother, 1728 stay in Rome, 1732 in Turin activity for king Charles Emanuel III of Sardinia, 1733 return to Paris, in 1735 a member of the Royal Academy of arts, and in 1737 was appointed Professor In 1734, made some paintings for the chapel of Saint-Marcel of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the support of Madame de Pompadour, 1750 elevated to the peerage, in 1763, election of the Director of the Academy, source: Thieme-Becker, and Wikipedia.

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