Anthony van Dyck

François Langlois, called Ciartres (1588-1647)



Anthony van Dyck - François Langlois, called Ciartres (1588-1647)

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Anthony van Dyck - François Langlois
Anthony van Dyck
François Langlois
c. 1631/32

Provenance

Painted for the sitter, François Langlois
(probably) René de Longueil, Marquis de Maisons (1596-1677)
(probably) Louis-François de Bourbon, Prince de Conti
his sale, Paris, 22 April 1777, nr. 174, where acquired for 8,000 livres by
Louis César Renaud, Duc de Choiseul-Praslin
(†) his sale, Boileau, Paris, 18 February 1793, nr. 25 (bought in at 8,800 livres), and by descent to
(probably) Antoine César de Choiseul-Praslin
(†) his sale, Paillet, Paris, 20 May 1808, nr. 10 (FF 6,300 to Paillet)
Mr. Battle, England
Elmley Castle Manor, Bredon
sale Sotheby’s, New York, 12 January 1989, nr. 22, as Attributed to Sir Anthony van Dyck
private collection, St. Clair Shores, Michigan
anonymous sale, Christie’s, New York, 6 June 2012, nr. 46, as Studio of Sir Anthony van Dyck, where acquired by the following
with Fergus Hall, London, where acquired by the present collector
sale Christie's, London, 19 April 2018, nr. 52

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Anthony van Dyck
François Langlois, called Ciartres (1588-1647)
104.2 x 83.6 cm
Oil on canvas
Sale Christie's, London, 19 April 2018