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Philippe de Champaigne (Brussels, 1602 - Paris, 1674), Portrait of a young woman in allegory of Generosity, Paris, circa 1658. Oil on canvas, 116.5 x 115.5 cm (45.9 x 45.5 in). Image courtesy Galerie Eric Coatalem / Stand 303

Frédérique Lanoë will include it in the catalogue raisonné of Philippe de Champaigne (letter, February 27, 2018).

ProvenanceCollection of Jacqueline Fenaille (1913-1983), wife of Pierre de Montesquiou of Fezensac; collection of his heirs.

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Théodore Géricault (Rouen, 1791 - Paris, 1824), A young boy giving oats to a hitched horse, France. Oil on canvas, 45.2 x 36.1 cm (17.8 x 14.2 in.). Image courtesy Galerie Eric Coatalem / Stand 303.

ProvenanceProbably sold by Colonel Bro, on behalf of Géricault, in 1823 to Jean Schickler (1798-1843); Former collection of Fernand de Schickler (1835-1909); Former collection of Raoul Suchet, 3rd Duke of Albufera; By descent.

Literature: L. Eitner, Géricault, his Life and Work, London, 1983, p.357, note 84 
A. Jal, L’artiste et le philosophe, Paris, 1824, p.188 
L. Batissier, Revue du XIXe siècle, Géricault, Paris, s.d. (1842), p.19 
-, Revue critique du Salon de 1824, Paris, 1825, p.104 
Ch. Clément, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Catalogue de l’œuvre de Géricault. Peintures, Paris, 1867, May, p. 466; September, n°138 à M. Schickler 
Duc de Trévise, The Arts, Théodore Géricault, Paris, octobre 1927, p.199 
G. Bazin, Théodore Géricault. Étude critique, documents et catalogue raisonné, Paris, 1997, Tome VII, pp. 179-180, n°2433 ; pp.38, 46, 48 
Ch. Blanc, Histoire des peintres français au XIXe siècle, Paris, 1845, vol.I, p.12 
L. Rosenthal, La peinture romantique, Paris, 1900, p.321 
Ch. Clément - Introduction et supplément par L. Eitner, Géricault etc, Paris, 1973, réimpression de l’édition définitive de 1879, p.456, n°144 
Antonio del Guercio, Géricault, Milan, 1863, p. 114, 151, pl. 88 
Ch. Clément, Géricault, étude biographique et critique avec le catalogue raisonné de l’œuvre du maître, Paris, 1879, p.313, n°144 ; p.403, n°83 
-, L’Oriflamme, Beaux-Arts, Exposition de 1824, Paris, 1824, vol. II, p.83 
Ph. Grunchec, Tout l’œuvre peint de Géricault, Milan, Paris, 1978, 1991, n°212, pl.LXII.

ExhibitedParis, Salon, as "A Child feeding a Horse", n°761, 1824; Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Exhibition Géricault, n°204, 1824

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