Jean-Baptiste Greuze

Ange Laurent de La Live de Jully



Jean-Baptiste Greuze - Ange Laurent de La Live de Jully

Literature

John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 452
Philip Conisbee, French paintings of the fifteenth through the eighteenth century, Washington; Princeton, N.J., 2009, nr. 54


Provenance

The sitter, Ange Laurent de La Live de Jully (1725-1779), Paris, probably 1759
probably by inheritance to his second daughter, Louise de La Live, comtesse de Fezensac (died 1829 or 1832)
by inheritance to her son, Raymond Aimery de Montesquiou, duc de Montesquiou-Fezensac (1784-1867)
by inheritance to his daughter, Oriane Henriette de Montesquiou, vicomtesse (Charles) de Goyon (died 1887), by 1874 until at least 1885
Alexandre Léon Joseph, comte de Laborde (born 1853, a descendant of the sitter's brother-in-law), Paris, by 1927
purchased January 1937 by Duveen Brothers, Inc., London, New York, and Paris
sold 1942 to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York
gift 1946 to NGA


Other works by Jean-Baptiste Greuze


Jean-Baptiste Greuze Bacchante
Bacchante

Circle of Jean-Baptiste Greuze Girl with Birds
Girl with Birds
c. 1780/82

Jean-Baptiste Greuze Boy with a Dog
Boy with a Dog

Jean-Baptiste Greuze The Broken Mirror
The Broken Mirror

Jean-Baptiste Greuze
Ange Laurent de La Live de Jully
c. 1759
117 x 88.5 cm
Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Samuel H. Kress Collection