JG. VAN BLARENBERGHE - Promenade of the royal family in Versailles, c. 1745

JG. VAN BLARENBERGHE – Promenade of the royal family in Versailles, c. 1745

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Jacques Guillaume VAN BLARENBERGHE

Walk the royal family in the park of Versailles 

Around 1745

Jacques Guillaume VAN BLARENBERGHE 

Walk the royal family in the park of Versailles 

Around 1745 

Oil on canvas (except frame: H. 22 cm, L. 28 cm) 

Exceptional representation treated in miniature quality, presenting a young marmot showman distracting the court in a grove called “Jardin du Roi” at the Grand Trianon of Versailles. 

Provenance: Princess of Faucigny-Lucinge, born of Choiseul-Gouffier, great-granddaughter of Count de Choiseul (provenance label on the back) 

Catalog Raisonné: This work is illustrated in the “Catalog raisonné of the works of Van Blarenberghe” – n ° 1-614-1, page 95 (Monique Maillet-Chassage and Irene de Chateau-Thierry – Ed Soprepart, 2004)