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Follower of Hyacinthe Rigaud
Follower of Hyacinthe Rigaud

Portrait of Louis XIV, three-quarter-length, in a brown periwig and armor with white sash and blue ribbon of the St. Esprit, holding a baton

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Follower of Hyacinthe Rigaud
Portrait of Louis XIV, three-quarter-length, in a brown periwig and armor with white sash and blue ribbon of the St. Esprit, holding a baton
oil on canvas
47¾ x 35¾ in. (121.3 x 90.8 cm.)
Provenance
Marquis du Biencourt, Paris.
with Edward Brandus, New York, 1904.
with Seligmann Rey & Co., New York, from whom purchased by
Samuel Untermyer, New York.
Anonymous sale; Parke Bernet, New York, 15-17 May 1940, lot 531, as 'Hyacinthe Rigaud' (to the following).
with Arnold Seligmann Rey & Co., New York; Parke Bernet, New York, 23-25 January 1947, lot 282, as 'Hyacinthe Rigaud' ($400 to French & Co.)
with French & Co., New York, inv. no. 45289.
Given by exchange from the Preston Pope Satterwhite Collection to
The Speed Museum of Art, Louisville, 1958.
Literature
P. S. Harris, The J. B. Speed Art Museum, Fourteen Seasons of Art Accessions in Kentucky, 1947 to 1960: A Handbook with Curatorial Notes, Louisville, 1960, [n.p.], no. 102, as 'after Hyacinthe Rigaud'.

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