Jean-Antoine Watteau

Nymph and Satyr



Jean-Antoine Watteau - Nymph and Satyr

Provenance

Possibly executed c. 1715-16 and paid for in May 1717 by Léopold-Philippe-Charles-Joseph, duc d'Arenberg (1690-1754)
acquired in Brussels by "M. Simonet de Paris" in 1847
Théodore Patureau
his sale, Paris 20-21 April 1857, nr. 63 to Bourlon de Sarty
Bourlon de Sarty
his sales, Paris 4-5 May 1865, nr. 202 (bought in)
his sales Paris, 9-11 March 1868, nr. 44 to Horsin
Dr. Louis La Caze, who gave the painting to the Louvre in 1869
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Jean-Antoine Watteau The Hardships of War
The Hardships of War
c. 1716

Jean-Antoine Watteau The Faux Pas
The Faux Pas
c. 1716

Jean-Antoine Watteau Indifference
Indifference
c. 1717

Jean-Antoine Watteau The Delicate Musician
The Delicate Musician
c. 1717

Jean-Antoine Watteau
Nymph and Satyr
c. 1715
73 x 107 cm
Oil on canvas
Louvre, Paris