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Portrait of Pierre Maugis des Granges, 1648

  • etching, paper
  • 305 x 246 mm
  • Inv. 2015-EH-1

Public Domain

Pierre Maugis, seigneur des Granges, counsellor and maître d'hôtel to the king, was the brother of the famous abbé de Saint-Ambroise, who was the first to collect prints in France, and whose cabinet was acquired by M. l'abbé de Marolles. He is depicted in a three-quarter view, bareheaded, facing front, wrapped in his cloak, and turned right into an octagonal border.

Artist

Jean Morin RKD
Paris ca. 1605 - 1609 - Paris 1650
etchersAAT

Philippe de Champaigne RKD
Brussels 1602 - Paris 1674
after

Audran
publisherAAT

Title Portrait of Pierre Maugis des Granges
Date 1648
Period 17th century
Location Paris TGN
Medium and support etching AAT
Signatures, inscriptions, and markings inscription: PIERRE . MAVGIS . SR DESGRANGES . CONER ET . MAISTRE . D’HOSTEL . DV . ROY .
Collection print room
Object type etching AAT
Inventory number 2015-EH-1
Current whereabouts Work currently not on display
Permalink https://mskgent.be/collection/work/data/2015-EH-1
IIIF Manifest https://imagehub.mskgent.be/iiif/3/8361/manifest.json
Art & Architecture Thesaurus 300189808 figures (representations) AAT
300015637 portraits AAT
Keywords Iconclass 31A71 male sex; man Iconclass
31D14 adult man Iconclass
61B2 historical persons Iconclass
61B2(PIERRE MAUGIS DES GRANGES) historical person (PIERRE MAUGIS DES GRANGES) Iconclass
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