Portrait of Pierre Lepautre, Sculptor
- Nicolas de Largillière (French, 1656-1746)
- Oil on canvas
- 64-1/4 x 50-3/4 in. (163.2 x 128.9 cm)
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- Norton Simon Art Foundation
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- © Norton Simon Art Foundation
Nicolas de Largillière received his early training in Antwerp and London and went on to become one of the most successful portrait painters of the second half of Louis XIV’s reign. Pierre Lepautre was a master mason and building contractor who worked on various royal building projects.
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