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Double Portrait of the Two Artists

Double Portrait of the Two Artists

Jean-Baptiste de Champaigne (in 1654)

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This is a very special double portrait in which two Parisian artists have celebrated their friendship by portraying each other on a single canvas. The two painters have immortalised one another in a painter's studio surrounded by painter's attributes. The musical instrument is a symbol of their harmonious relationship. , This is a very special double portrait in which two Parisian artists have celebrated their friendship by portraying each other on a single canvas. The two painters have immortalised one another in a painter’s studiosurrounded by painter’s attributes. The musical instrument is a symbol of their harmonious relationship.

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Title Double Portrait of the Two Artists
Material and technique Oil on canvas
Object type
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Width 185 cm
Height 132 cm
Artists Schilder: Jean-Baptiste de Champaigne
Schilder: Nicolas de Plattemontagne
Accession number 1120 (OK)
Credits Schenking erven/ Donation heirs: D. Vis Blokhuyzen 1870
Department Old Masters
Acquisition date 1870
Age artist About 23 years old
Exhibitions The Collection Enriched (2011)
Dubbel Portret (1981)
De collectie als tijdmachine (2017)
External exhibitions Willem II & Anna Paulowna. Royal Splendour at the Dutch Court (2013)
Research Alma
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Geographical origin France > Western Europe > Europe
Place of manufacture Paris > France > Western Europe > Europe

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Jean-Baptiste de Champaigne

Brussel 1631 - Parijs 1681

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