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Carle Van Loo, La Halte De Chasse Oil on Canvas, 19th Century French School
By Charles-André van Loo
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
After Carle Van Loo, La halte de chasse (1737) (in english « The hunting halt »). Large oil on canvas with a black lacquered frame with gilt molded highlights representing a lunch...
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Antique 19th Century French Louis XV Paintings

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Canvas

"Carle Van Loo," 18th Century Red Chalk Drawing of Marguerite Carbois
Located in London, GB
Portrait of Marguerite Carbois, bust-length, in profile to the left Charles-André Vanloo, called Carle Vanloo (Nice 1705-1765 Paris), Portrait of Marguerite Carbois, bust-length, i...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier French Louis XV Drawings

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Glass, Paper, Wood

Large Drawing, Portrait of a Soldier Attributed to Carle Van Loo
By Charles-André van Loo
Located in Boston, MA
Red chalk drawing on paper, probably inspired by characters painted by Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) in his battles of Arabella. It is signed F. Verdier at the bottom center right. Fo...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier French Neoclassical Drawings

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