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Charles Simonneau Gallery

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Choose from 5 pictures in our Charles Simonneau collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Saint Louis of France received into heaven by Christ and two angels who offer him the c
Saint Louis of France received into heaven by Christ and two angels who offer him the c
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The angel appearing to Hagar in the wilderness as she folds her hands next to the sleep
The angel appearing to Hagar in the wilderness as she folds her hands next to the sleep
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Four Biblical scenes: the main mysteries of the Old and New Testaments (Les principau
Four Biblical scenes: the main mysteries of the Old and New Testaments (Les principau
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Grandeur de la pierre, after Eliz. Cheron, 1665-1728. Creator: Charles-Louis Simonneau
Grandeur de la pierre, after Eliz. Cheron, 1665-1728. Creator: Charles-Louis Simonneau
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The Clothes are Italian , 1715-1716. Creator: Jean Antoine Watteau (French, 1684-1721)
The Clothes are Italian , 1715-1716. Creator: Jean Antoine Watteau (French, 1684-1721)
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The Clothes are Italian , 1715-1716. Creator: Jean Antoine Watteau (French, 1684-1721) Featured Image

The Clothes are Italian , 1715-1716. Creator: Jean Antoine Watteau (French, 1684-1721)

The Clothes are Italian , 1715-1716. The Comedie Italienne, the Italian commedia dell'arte, took up residence in Paris in the mid-17th century, incorporating French chansons and Italian arias into their performances. The troupe was banished from France in 1697 as punishment for satirizing the regime of Louis XIV. In 1715, the crown passed to Philippe II d'Orleans, who served as Regent until Louis XV attained his majority in 1723. An accomplished musician and composer of three operas, Philippe was in constant attendance at the Opera, and even conducted royal business in a loge. In 1715, the year Watteau made his etching, Philippe reinstated the wildly popular Comedie Italienne

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