Francois boucher madame bergeret



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Madame Bergeret


1766 (?)


oil on canvas


143.5 × 105.4 cm (56.5 × 41.5 in)

Accession number


Object history

by 1785(1785) (?): Pierre Jacques Onésyme Bergeret de Grancourt (1715-1785)
1785 (?): inherited by Pierre Jacques Bergeret de Grancourt (1742-1807), Cassan
Unknown date: inherited by Ange Philibert de la Girennerie, Cassan
Unknown date: inherited by Barbe Françoise Victoire Poisson de la Chabeaussière Cotillon de Torcy
Unknown date: inherited by Françoise Julie Cotillon de Torcy Le Bos de Sainte Croix
Unknown date: inherited by Angélique Le Bos de Sainte Croix
Unknown date: inherited by Angélique Le Bos de Sainte Croix, comtesse Fontaine de Resbecq
Unknown date: inherited by the Resbecq family
1920(1920): purchased by Wildenstein & Co., Paris/New York City/London
1942(1942): purchased by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Inventory number K-1335, New York City
1946(1946): ceded to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York City


center left: F. Boucher / 1[46 over 66?]6 - in black paint


National Gallery of Art online catalogue



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