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Nicolas Poussin

France (1594 -  1665 ) Wikipedia® : Nicolas Poussin
POUSSIN Nicolas Classical Landscape

New Orleans Auction
Jul 29, 2018
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Nicolas Poussin - Classical Landscape

Nicolas Poussin - Classical Landscape

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Lot number: 695
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Description: Manner of Nicolas Poussin (French, 1594-1665) "Classical Landscape" oil on canvas unsigned, verso with a "Louisiana State Museum" label with a Nicolas Poussin attribution and title. Presented in an antique giltwood and gesso frame. 33-3/4" x 45-3/4", framed 45-1/8" x 56-1/4" Provenance: The Gaspar Cusachs Collection, loaned to the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Nicolas Poussin - Studies Of An Imperial Throne And A Vase

Nicolas Poussin - Studies Of An Imperial Throne And A Vase

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Lot number: 20
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Nicolas Poussin STUDIES OF AN IMPERIAL THRONE AND A VASE LES ANDELYS, NORMANDIE 1594 - 1665 ROME Pen and brown ink and wash, with traces of red chalk framing line, lower left; inscribed in pen and brown ink, to the right:sedes impodorale (?); bears attributionin black chalk, lower right:G. Poussin,and numbering, in brown ink,verso:a. 65. 297 x 196 mm
Nicolas Poussin - Landscape With Man, Dog, And Snake

Nicolas Poussin - Landscape With Man, Dog, And Snake

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Lot number: 304
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Lot 304: circle of Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665), Landscape with Man, Dog, and Snake Description: oil on canvas (lined), 17th century, unsigned, presented in an antique carved and gilded frame. SS 16 5/8 x 12.25 in.; DOA 20 3/8 x 16 in. Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.com
Nicolas Poussin -  Landscape With Apollo And Marsyas

Nicolas Poussin - Landscape With Apollo And Marsyas

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Lot number: 1264
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Description: The author Denis Mahon has convincingly illustrated this landscape with Apollo and Marsyas to be product of Nicolas Poussin's early years in Rome. Mahon dates the image to 1627 and considers it to be a fine example of Poussin's attempts to formulate a neoclassical style of landscape painting, using elements of classical and contemporary Italian art (Mahon, op. cit., passim).
We see a landscape of rolling hills bracketed on the right by a group of trees and a further tree on the left. A river flows through the foreground of the work, and snow-capped mountains span the horizon. Several figures populate the landscape: Apollo is shown on the right wearing a laurel wreath and playing his lyre. We see the satyr Marsyas crouching in the shadow of a grove in the mid-ground playing his pipes. Three men stand watching him in the shadows of the group of trees and a female figure lays recumbent in the left foreground. The story of Apollo's contest with Marsyas is found in Ovid's Metamorphosis (6:382-400), among other sources, and tells of how the God cheated to avoid a tie with the satyr. He augmented the competition to his advantage, telling Marsyas that to win he too had to play his instrument upside down and accompanied with vocals, feats impossible for the satyr to achieve with his double flute. Marsyas lost the competition and for this Apollo skinned him alive. Rather than depict this gruesome punishment like Titian or Ribera, Poussin has concentrated on the competition itself.
Nicolas Poussin - A Little Bacchanal

Nicolas Poussin - A Little Bacchanal

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Lot number: 250
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AFTER NICOLAS POUSSIN
(French, 1594-1665)
A LITTLE BACCHANAL
oil on canvas
17 1/2 x 20 3/4 in., frame: 24 x 29 in.
Provenance: Private Massachusetts Collection.
Other Notes: Bears partial Museum of Fine Arts, Boston loan label, verso; inscribed on stretcher bar
Nymphs and Venus [illegible] by S. [illegible], sketch of Nicolas Poussin.
Likely after the Poussin painting in the Musée du Louvre, Thullier no. 50.
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