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Antoine-Jean Gros, Baron Gros Portrait of the Marquis Pierre Gaston Henri de Livron, Aide-de-Camp of Maréchal Murat, 1812
Exhibited By
Details
Oil sketch on canvas
21.6 x 19.6 cm (8.5 x
Submitted
Additional Information
This portrait is a study for the head of the chef d’escadron Livron, one of the heroes of Antoine-Jean Gros’ painting ‘La prise de Capri’, 1812.
Exhibited
New York, Jacques Seligmann & Co., 'Baron Antoine-Jean Gros', 1955, p. 34, no. 15, reprod. (travelled to Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1956, and to Cleveland Museum of Art, 1956)
Provenance
The studio sale of Baron Gros, Paris 23 Nov. 1835, no. 28; Auguste-Joseph Carrier (painter and pupil of Gros); His sale: Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 5 May 1875, no. 175; Family of General de Livron; Germain Seligman, New York, since 1955 to 1979