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Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang Bildnisse des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts [311]

Georg Friedrich Schmidt: Bildnis Jean-Paul Bignon

Georg Friedrich Schmidt: Bildnis Jean-Paul Bignon (Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Halbfigur leicht nach links, der Kopf nach rechts. Dargestellt ist der Abbé Jean-Paul Bignon, Bibliothekar Ludwigs XIV. nach einem Gemälde von Hyacinthe Rigaud aus dem Jahr 1603.

Aus: Michel Odieuvre: L'Europe illustre, contenant l'histoire abrégée des souverains, Paris 1755-1777

Inscription

Bez. "H[yacin]the Rigaud Pinx. / F. G. Schmidt Sculp. / A Paris chez Odieuvre, M[archan]d d’Estampes, Quay de l’Ecole vis-à-vis la Samar[itain]e a la belle Image. C.P.R.", im Sockel bez. "JEAN PAUL BIGNON / Abbé de St. Quentin, Doyen des Conseillers d’Etat, / Bibliot[hécai]re du Roi, des Acad[émies] Fr[ançai]se des Sc[ienc]es, des belles Lettres &c. / Né à Paris, le 19. Septembre 1662."

Material / Technique

Kupferstich

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H 14,2 cm; B 10 cm

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1603
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1602 1752

[Last update: 2018/12/29]

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