"Geoffroy Macé Camus De Pontcarré, 1st President Of The Parliament Of Normandy, Engraving By Daullé"TOTAL LIQUIDATION BEFORE CLOSURE. Old price: 300 euros. New price NOT NEGOTIABLE: 180 euros. Colissimo shipping recommended for France: 20 euros. "Geoffroy Macé Camus de Pontcarré, 1st President of the Parliament of Normandy" Beautiful antique engraving depicting the magistrate in a medallion surmounting an entablature architected with the coat of arms of the model. Signed: "LASixc pinx Eq. Romanus "" Engraved by J.Daullé "For Jean Daullé (Abbeville 1703 - Paris 1763) EPOQUE LOUIS XV. Rich gilt wood frame decorated with ivy leaves, olive leaves and pearl frieze of the nineteenth century. Dimensions: Engraving: Height 23.2 cm x length 17.9 cm. Frame: height 34.1 cm x length 28.7 cm. Geoffroy Macé Camus de Pontcarré, Baron Maffliers, born September 29, 1698 and died January 28, 1767, is a French magistrate and collector. Son of Nicolas Pierre Camus de Pontcarré, he succeeded him as first president of the Parliament of Normandy in 1730, after having been adviser in the Parliament of Paris and master of petitions. He made great sacrifices to relieve the poor in the famine of 1741, and deserved the nickname of Father of the people. A renowned bibliophile, he is one of the founders of the Rouen Academy. Jean Daullé, born May 18, 1703 in Abbeville and died April 23, 1763 in Paris, is a French engraver. Son of Jean Daullé, goldsmith, the young Jean Daullé, fourteen years old, receives a training of engraver by Dom Robart, member of the priory of Saint-Pierre d'Abbeville. Coming to Paris, he entered the studio of Robert Hecquet (1693-1775), a native of Picardy. His work is noticed in 1735, thanks to the engraved portrait of the Countess of Feuquières, especially by the merchant and engraver Jean Mariette, who, from then on, recommends it. Jean Daullé then approaches the painter Hyacinthe Rigaud with whom he will remain in friendship and who wanted to make his engraver. On June 30, 1742, Daullé was received at the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, presenting Hyacinthe Rigaud painting his wife, an engraving after the painter's eponymous painting. Subsequently, he was also admitted to the Augsburg Academy. Titled "Engraver of the King", Daullé trains the future publisher and print dealer Paris, Pierre-François Basan, the art of engraving, and Jean-Georges Wille. He died in his home on the quai des Grands-Augustins in Paris. AFTER THREE YEARS OF PROCEEDING, THE PROCESS OPPOSING GALLERY DESARNAUD TO THE OWNER HAS BEEN TAKEN AT THE TRIBUNAL DE COMMERCE OF PARIS ON APRIL 9, THE VERDICT WAS ALREADY REPORTED IN NOVEMBER, UNTIL THAT DATE THE BOUTIQUE STREET OF BEAUNE REMAINS OPEN AT HOURS OF TIME. TOTAL LIQUIDATION BEFORE CLOSURE. Following a non-renewal of the lease and the explosion of the rents of the Parisian shops, the rue de Beaune gallery will close its doors in the course of the year 2019. The whole stock (more than 1500 objects of art, paintings, drawings, engravings, goldsmith's work, furniture ...) will be put online regularly on PROANTIC. Transport costs will be borne by the purchaser. Free delivery possible in Paris and near suburbs except furniture. Upon request, the gallery will be open in the mornings, Mondays and Sundays, public holidays. All the objects not being exposed to the gallery, thank you to inform in advance if you wish to come to see the object.