Philippe de Champaigne

The Annunciation



Philippe de Champaigne - The Annunciation

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Everett Fahy (ed.), The Wrightsman pictures, New York; New Haven, 2005, nr. 42

Literature
Vanessa I. Schmid, with Julia I. Armstrong-Totten, The Orléans collection, Lewes, UK, 2018, fig. 3.5


Provenance

Anne of Austria, her oratory in the Palais Royal, Paris, c. 1644–died 1666
Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans, Palais Royal, Paris, by at least 1788, probably until died 1793
M.*** (possibly J.A. Lebrun or vicomte Edouard de Walckiers), until 1793
anonymous sale, Paillet, Paris, (26-27 April on catalogue frontispiece, but sale postponed) 10 May 1793, nr. 33
?Khiening, Carinthia, Austria
Henri family, Germany
Jean François André Duval, St. Petersburg, by 1812–16, later Ghent, 1816–45, sold entire collection to Morny
Charles-Auguste-Louis-Joseph de Morny, duc de Morny, Paris, 1845–46
"Duval" sale, Phillips, London, 12-13 May 1846, nr.
sale, Fischer, Lucerne, 19-24 November 2003, nr. 1018 to Williams
with Adam Williams Fine Art, New York, 2003–4, sold to MMA


External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 2004.31

Other works by Philippe de Champaigne


Philippe de Champaigne An Échevin of Paris
An Échevin of Paris

Philippe de Champaigne Omer Talon
Omer Talon
1649

Philippe de Champaigne The Marriage of the Virgin
The Marriage of the Virgin

Philippe de Champaigne and Workshop The Last Supper
The Last Supper
c. 1652

Philippe de Champaigne
The Annunciation
c. 1644
71.4 x 72.9 cm
Oil on wood
Signed lower left, on prie-dieu: P . CHAMPAIGNE . F
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Wrightsman Fund, 2004