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Portrait du marquis de Marigny et de sa femme.[1]

Alternate title(s):
Portrait du marquis de Marigny et de sa femme, née Marie-Françoise Constance Julie Filleul.[2]




oil on canvas


129.6 × 97.5 cm (51 × 38.4 in)

Sully, 2nd floor, Room 46

Accession number

RF 1994-17 Info non-talk.svg

Object history

by 1781(1781): Abel-François Poisson de Vandières, marquis de Marigny et de Ménars (1727-1781)
Unknown date: inherited by marquise de Marigny (?)
Unknown date: inherited by Adélaïde Filleul (?)
Unknown date: obtained by comte August-Charles-Joseph de Flahaut
Unknown date: obtained by Lady Emily Fitzmaurice
Unknown date: obtained by A.E.H. Digby
20 June 1951(1951-06-20): sale of the collection of Digby at an unknown auction house, Paris
by 1951(1951): Agnew’s
10 June 1994(1994-06-10): auctioned at Christie's, London for GBP 331,500
1994(1994): ceded to Louvre Museum, Paris by Société des amis du Louvre

Credit line

Société des Amis du Louvre


signature and date: L. M. Van Loo 1769


Christie's, LotFinder: entry 3072179 (sale 5192, lot 14)
Joconde database: entry 00000104461
Louvre Museum, Atlas database: entry 11556



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  1. ? Louvre Museum, Atlas database: entry 11556
  2. ? Joconde database: entry 00000104461


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