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File:Charles Le Brun - Pierre Séguier, chancelier de France (1655-1661).JPG


Français : Pierre Séguier, chancelier de France
Date 1655-1661
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 357 × 295 cm (140.6 × 116.1 in)
English: Sully, Second Floor, Room 31: Philippe de Champaigne
Français : Sully, 2e étage, Salle 31 : Philippe de Champaigne
Accession number R.F. 1942-3
Credit line
Français : Acquis des descendants du modèle, avec le concours de la Société des Amis du Louvre, 1942
References Joconde database: entry 000PE001716
Source/Photographer Sammyday (2010-10-23)
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