Portrait Of A Young Man In Armor, Attributed To André Bouys, 17th Century flag


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"Portrait Of A Young Man In Armor, Attributed To André Bouys, 17th Century"
Portrait of a young man in armor, oil on canvas dimensions 74 cm x 60 cm, with its beautiful carved wooden frame from the Regency period, 98 cm x 84 cm, attributed to André Bouys, France 17th century. This young man, half-length portrait, probably a soldier, wears an armor top over a blue velvet jacket with gold embroidered sleeves. A red cloth cape is placed over his shoulder. By the fashion of its high and long wig, called “leonine”, we can date this work from the end of the reign of Louis XIV around 1690. Oil on its canvas and its original frame, very good condition. Frame in carved and gilded wood, decorated with shells in the centers and at the angles (beautiful and rare model) André Bouys born in Hyères in 1656 and died in Paris in 1740 is a French portrait painter student of François de Troy who enters the academy in 1688. There he presents a portrait of the painter Charles de la Fosse who is in the Palace of Versailles, where there are also two portraits of himself, one of which represents his wife.
Price: 8900 €
Artist: André Bouys
Period: 17th century
Style: Louis 14th, Regency
Condition: Perfect condition

Material: Oil painting
Length: 74 cm ( 98 cm avec le cadre )
Width: 60 cm ( 84 cm avec le cadre )

Reference: 850527
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