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Virgin and Child with St. Anne, the Infant St. John the Baptist and Two Adoring Angels
Virgin and Child with St. Anne, the Infant St. John the Baptist and Two Adoring Angels
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late 18th century
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Not on display
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Pen And Brown Ink (iron Gall?) With Black Wash And White Gouache On Antique Laid Paper
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Sheet: 327 x 469 mm (12 7/8 x 18 7/16 in.)
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Europe
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Provenance: Lang Auction sale, New York, 1932 as François Chauveau; bought for CPLH by L.L. Rollins;
Attributions: and notes from old AFGA file:
Phyllis Hattis: Four Centuries...(FAMSF, 1977), cat. no. 368, p. 352, repr. p. 354, as late 18th century Dutch?, formerly attributed to Laurent de La Hyre and François Chauveau, but more closely reflecting a non-French follower of Jacques Blanchard (1600-1638);In support of her attribution, see two photographs from Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes in file of drawings by François Chauveau (St. Anthony of Padua Adoring Jesus and Jesus Among the Doctors);
In Sue Porter’s hand (3/23//73): Drawing by Chauveau identified as A Vision in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, is very unlike AFGA drawing.
[Formerly] half-erased notation on mount: “de la Hyre”;

Accession Number:
1932.5.7
Acquisition Date:
1932-05-20
Credit Line:

Museum purchase, James D. Phelan Bequest Fund

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ink on paper, drawing of Virgin and Child with st. anne (rebecca hahnert 09/30/93)