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Title Voltaire [at the age of twenty-four (?)]
Depicted person: François-Marie Arouet (1694–1778), known as Voltaire, French Enlightenment writer and philosopher
Date second half of 18th century
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 60 × 50 cm (23.6 × 19.7 in)
Institution:Institut et Musée Voltaire
Object history 1953: ceded by Mr. Théodore Besterman
Credit line Gift of Théodore Besterman
Inscriptions verso: Portrait de Voltaire, peint par Largillière. Donné par Voltaire à Charles Palissot de Montenoy. - on paper, in nineteenth-century handwriting
Notes This portrait is a copy of the picture conserved in the Musée national du Château de Versailles, inv. MV 8159
Source/Photographer Originally from sv.wikipedia; description page is/was here.


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