- Identification and Creation
- Physical Descriptions
- sheet: 31.9 × 24.7 cm (12 9/16 × 9 3/4 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- inscription: lower left, in plate: R. Nanteuil ad viuum faciebat 1660
- inscription: lower left, under portrait, brown ink: Sir Intendant des Financier 1657 [or 1].
- inscription: in plate, around portrait: MES.RE RENE DE LONGVEIL MARQVIS DE MAISONS MINISTRE DESTAT ET PRESIDENT AV PARLEM
- inscription: verso, top, graphite: Aort, 1677. Fils de Jean de Longueil, Leigh de Maicoab [?] / Dumensil no: 165
- collector's mark: verso, upper center, brown ink: P. mariette 1673 [Lugt 1789, mark of Pierre Mariette II]
- collector's mark: verso, upper right, brown ink: Amann / deSchafhaus 1812. [Lugt 9, Mark of Johann Konrad and Johann Jacob Ammann]
- inscription: verso, lower right, graphite: 2278
- inscription: verso, lower center, graphite: [illegible text] 52 [?]
- inscription: verso, lower center, graphite: T. [or J.]
- stamp: verso, lower right, black ink: [illegible]
- inscription: verso, lower right, graphite, erased: ed [?]
- inscription: verso, lower left, brown ink: [illegible]
- Pierre Mariette II, Paris (Lugt 1789).
Amann (Lugt 9).
Francis Calley Gray, bequest to nephew, 1856.
Baron Friesen. no. 2278
William Gray, gift to Harvard University, 1857.
- State, Edition, Standard Reference Number
- Standard Reference Number
- Petitjean-Wickert 147, Robert-Demesnil 166
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of William Gray from the collection of Francis Calley Gray
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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