Unknown Artist, ‘After Carle VanLoo, Allegory of Sculpture’, Pre-1900, Susquehanna Antique Company
Unknown Artist, ‘After Carle VanLoo, Allegory of Sculpture’, Pre-1900, Susquehanna Antique Company
Unknown Artist, ‘After Carle VanLoo, Allegory of Sculpture’, Pre-1900, Susquehanna Antique Company

The original version of this composition is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. 35.5" x 26 3/4" and in the nice custom frame: 43.5" x 35". Belongs to a set of four paintings illustrating four allegories embodied by children; Music, architecture, sculpture, and painting. Carle Vanloo’s original painting was conceived as a decorative over door panel for the Salon de Compagnie of Madame de Pompadour in her castle at Bellevue.

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