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Port and Town of Le Havre, seen from the tower of Francois I, series of 'Les Featured Charles Nicolas Cochin Print

Port and Town of Le Havre, seen from the tower of Francois I, series of 'Les

XIR414913 Port and Town of Le Havre, seen from the tower of Francois I, series of 'Les Ports de France', engraved by Charles Nicolas Cochin the Younger (1715-90) and Jacques Philippe Le Bas (1707-83) 1762 (etching & burin) by Vernet, Claude Joseph (1714-89) (after); 47.1x73.6 cm; Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France; (add.info.: port et ville du Havre, vus du pied de la tour de Francois premier; ou l'on decouvre la Place d'Armes, la Bourse, la grande rue, le quay, la citadelle et le premier port, dit le Chenal, la mer est basse; series of views of French seaports commissioned by King Louis XV of France in 1753 and executed between 1754 and 1765; seaport; b/w photo; black and white photograph; eau-forte; eau forte; Haute Normandie; Seine Maritime;); French, out of copyright

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History allegory, 18th-century artwork Featured Charles Nicolas Cochin Print

History allegory, 18th-century artwork

History allegory. 18th-century allegorical artwork of the discipline of history. A winged Father Time figure (with scythe) supports a winged putto writing a book. Other symbols include an hourglass and the Sun behind a temple. This is one of a series of scientific and medical allegories painted by French artist Jacques de Lajoue (1687-1761). These later engravings were commissioned by the French chemist Louis Joseph d'Albert d'Ailly (1741-1792), who had become Duke of Picquigny in 1769. The engravings (on laid paper) were by French artist Charles-Nicolas Cochin (1715-1790). Details of artists and publication are inscribed in French at bottom

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Anne Charles Lorry. Line engraving by A. de St Aubin, 1784, after C. N. Cochin, le jeune, 1777 Featured Charles Nicolas Cochin Print

Anne Charles Lorry. Line engraving by A. de St Aubin, 1784, after C. N. Cochin, le jeune, 1777

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