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Jan 12, 1856 - Apr 14, 1925, was an American painter.

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Here are all the paintings of LOO, Louis Michel van 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
51207 ) Portrait of Catherina Golitsyna LOO, Louis Michel van ) Portrait of Catherina Golitsyna Oil on canvas, 91 x 81 cm
20748 Denis Diderot (mk05) LOO, Louis Michel van Denis Diderot (mk05) Canvas 32 x 25 1/2''(81 x 65 cm)Given in 1911 by descendants of the sitter R.F 1958(G/AR)
7996 Portrait of Catherina Golitsyna s LOO, Louis Michel van Portrait of Catherina Golitsyna s Oil on canvas, 91 x 81 cm Pushkin Museum, Moscow

LOO, Louis Michel van
French painter (b. 1707, Toulon, d. 1771, Paris). Painter, son of Jean-Baptiste van Loo. He trained with his father in Turin and Rome, later attending the courses of the Academie Royale in Paris. He received the institution's first prize for painting in 1726, and in 1728, accompanied by his brother, Francois, and his uncle, Carle, returned to Rome where he was associated with Francois Boucher. On his way back to France, he stayed for a time in Turin, painting portraits of the royal family of Sardinia, the Duke and Duchess of Savoy. In Paris he was admitted to membership of the Academie Royale and in 1735 was appointed assistant teacher at the Academie, becoming renowned as a specialist in portrait painting. Most of his portraits from this period are half-length, combining ideas from Hyacinthe Rigaud's later work with other more natural and innovative ones. On the death of Jean Ranc, Philip V of Spain asked Rigaud to suggest a substitute, and van Loo was proposed. He arrived in Madrid in 1737 and remained there as Pintor de la Corte until 1752, responding with modern aesthetic ideas to the demands of the Spanish monarchs for pomp and splendour. He carried out court commissions but devoted part of his time to teaching, his pupils often becoming studio assistants. He also took an active part in meetings held over a number of years to establish the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de S Fernando, for which he produced the canvas, the Education of Cupid by Venus and Mercury
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