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File:François Boucher, Ruhendes Mädchen (1751, Wallraf-Richartz Museum).jpg


Deutsch: Ruhendes Mädchen.
English: Resting Maiden.
Español: Muchacha tumbada.
Italiano: Ragazza distesa.
Deutsch: Vermutlich Portrait von Louise O'Murphy (21 October 1737 – 11 December 1814), Mätresse von König Louis XV von Frankreich.
English: Probably a portrait of Marie-Louise O'Murphy (21 October 1737 – 11 December 1814), mistress to Louis XV of France.
Date 1751.
Medium oil on canvas.
Dimensions 59.5 × 73.5 cm (23.4 × 28.9 in).
Cologne, Germany.
Accession number WRM 2639.
Object history

Unknown date: Private collection
by 1914: Private collection, London
Unknown date: Private collection, Paris
by 1941: Private collection, Hamburg

September 1941: purchased by Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne through Hildebrand Gurlitt (art dealer), Hamburg
Inscriptions Bottom right-hand corner: "F. Boucher / 1751".

Online database:

  • Wallraf-Richartz-Museum: online database: entry 226
Source/Photographer Not stated.


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