Thomas Major after David Teniers (II) published by Louis Surugue

Smoker, 1746 gedateerd
The Hague, RKD - Nederlands Institute for Art [..]
<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/52071" title="Thomas Major"><span class="text">Thomas Major</span></a> after <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/76786" title="David Teniers (II)"><span class="text">David Teniers (II)</span></a> published by <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/345631" title="Louis Surugue"><span class="text">Louis Surugue</span></a>
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reproductive print
rectangle (landscape format) 194 x 247 cm
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  • signed lower left: D. Teniers F.
  • inscription lower left: D. Teniers pinxit
  • inscription lower center: Passetems Flamand / Gravé d'apres le Tableaux Original, tiré du Cabinet de Mr. Le Blanc / A Paris chez Surugue graveur du Roy a l'entrée de la rue des Noyers vis à vis S. Yves A.P.D.R. / Et chez l'Auteur rue S. Jacques vis a vis les Charniers de S. Benoist.
  • inscription lower right: T. Major Sculp. 1746.
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1746 (dated) (1746)
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Collection of Prints, Engraved from the finest paintings ... of the most celebrated collections in England and France, Parijs 1746
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  • after
    David Teniers (II)
    after a painting by Teniers

    Het schilderij bevond zich destijds in Parijs, in de verzameling van Jean-Bernard Le Blanc (1706-1781), een Franse schrijver en kunstcriticus.

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Entered on: 2012-04-24; Last modification: 2017-02-10


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