Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Carl Van Loo Collection

Carl Van Loo, a renowned artist of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with his masterful creations

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: Ostrich Hunt, n. d. Creators: Charles Parrocel, Carle van Loo, Joseph Francois Parrocel

Ostrich Hunt, n. d. Creators: Charles Parrocel, Carle van Loo, Joseph Francois Parrocel
Ostrich Hunt, n.d

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: Portrait de Carle Vanloo, d apres lui-meme (engraving)

Portrait de Carle Vanloo, d apres lui-meme (engraving)
3644551 Portrait de Carle Vanloo, d apres lui-meme (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Portrait de Carle Vanloo, d apres lui-meme)

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere. Creator: Jean-Louis Anselin

La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere. Creator: Jean-Louis Anselin
La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere. [Madame de Pompadour as a beautiful gardener]

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c. 1764. Creator: Louis Marin Bonnet

Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c. 1764. Creator: Louis Marin Bonnet
Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c. 1764

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: Portrait of Franklin, after Vanloo, ca. 1795. Creator: Pierre Michel Alix

Portrait of Franklin, after Vanloo, ca. 1795. Creator: Pierre Michel Alix
Portrait of Franklin, after Vanloo, ca. 1795

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: An 'Academie': Man Pulling a Cord, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo

An "Academie": Man Pulling a Cord, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo
An " Academie" : Man Pulling a Cord, 1742-43

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: An 'Academie': One Man Lifting the Legs of Another Man, 1742-43

An "Academie": One Man Lifting the Legs of Another Man, 1742-43
An " Academie" : One Man Lifting the Legs of Another Man, 1742-43

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: An 'Academie': Striding Man Leaning on a Plank, 1742-43

An "Academie": Striding Man Leaning on a Plank, 1742-43
An " Academie" : Striding Man Leaning on a Plank, 1742-43

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: An 'Academie': Standing Man, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo

An "Academie": Standing Man, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo
An " Academie" : Standing Man, 1742-43

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: An 'Academie': Sitting Man, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo

An "Academie": Sitting Man, 1742-43. Creator: Carle van Loo
An " Academie" : Sitting Man, 1742-43

Background imageCarl Van Loo Collection: David took a harp and played with his hand, mid 19th century. Creator: William Holl

David took a harp and played with his hand, mid 19th century. Creator: William Holl
David took a harp and played with his hand, mid 19th century. Biblical scene, from 1 Samuel 16: 23: And it came to pass, when the evil spirit from God was upon Saul, that David took an harp


All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

Carl Van Loo, a renowned artist of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with his masterful creations. From captivating portraits to lively hunting scenes, Van Loo's talent knew no bounds. One of his notable works is "Ostrich Hunt, " a collaborative piece alongside Charles Parrocel and Joseph Francois Parrocel. This painting depicts the excitement and thrill of the hunt, showcasing Van Loo's ability to capture movement and action. In "Portrait de Carle Vanloo, d'apres lui-meme, " we catch a glimpse of the artist himself through an engraving. It reveals his self-awareness as he immortalizes his image for future generations to admire. Van Loo also had a hand in creating "La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere" with Jean-Louis Anselin. This portrait showcases not only his artistic skill but also highlights his collaboration with other talented individuals. Another remarkable creation by Van Loo is "Marie-Rosalie Vanloo. " Painted around 1764 by Louis Marin Bonnet, this portrait captures the essence and beauty of someone dear to him - perhaps a family member or loved one. Even beyond portraiture, Carl Van Loo's influence extended into other realms. In Pierre Michel Alix's rendition of Benjamin Franklin after Vanloo, we see how far-reaching his impact was across different subjects and mediums. Van Loo also explored academies in some of his works such as "Man Pulling a Cord" or "One Man Lifting the Legs of Another Man. " These pieces demonstrate both technical prowess and creativity in capturing human form and movement. Furthermore, in William Holl's depiction titled "David took a harp and played with his hand, " we witness another facet of inspiration drawn from biblical narratives. Here again, Carl van Loo proves that he can adapt to various themes and subjects.