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1768 La Famille du duc de Penthievre by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier (Versailles) Photo - Gerard Blot | Grand Ladies | gogm

1768 La Famille du duc de Penthievre by Jean-Baptiste Charpentier (Versailles) Photo - Gerard Blot | Grand Ladies | gogm

Alvan Fisher (American artist, 1792-1863) Coffee Clap  Coffee clap probably comes from the term coffee klatsch from German Kaffeeklatsch mea...

Alvan Fisher (American artist, 1792-1863) Coffee Clap Coffee clap probably comes from the term coffee klatsch from German Kaffeeklatsch mea...

Louis François Gerard van der Puyl  Portrait of Carolus Martinus van Beurden (1753-1788) and Lucia Teresa of Lilaar Stout Bergh (1752-1819), dated 1780  Private

Louis François Gerard van der Puyl Portrait of Carolus Martinus van Beurden (1753-1788) and Lucia Teresa of Lilaar Stout Bergh (1752-1819), dated 1780 Private

'The Du Cane and Boehm Family Group’, 1734-5, Gawen Hamilton. Tate. This large and imposing group portrait, which celebrates the dynastic conjunction of the financially powerful Huguenot families of Du Cane and Boehm, is arguably Hamilton's finest. It was very likely commissioned by Richard Du Cane (1688-1641) as a visual demonstration of his family's success and future fortune, to which Hamilton has responded impressively.

'The Du Cane and Boehm Family Group’, 1734-5, Gawen Hamilton. Tate. This large and imposing group portrait, which celebrates the dynastic conjunction of the financially powerful Huguenot families of Du Cane and Boehm, is arguably Hamilton's finest. It was very likely commissioned by Richard Du Cane (1688-1641) as a visual demonstration of his family's success and future fortune, to which Hamilton has responded impressively.

Die Familie Remy 1776 by Januarius Zick (1730–1797) man with green gown is holding up saucer. (A woman in back is holding up cup and saucer separately, but the cup is closer to her mouth.)

Die Familie Remy 1776 by Januarius Zick (1730–1797) man with green gown is holding up saucer. (A woman in back is holding up cup and saucer separately, but the cup is closer to her mouth.)

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