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Carle Van Loo Collection

Carle van Loo, a prominent French subject painter of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with his exquisite works

Background imageCarle 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 imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Portrait of Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter 1705-1765

Portrait of Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter 1705-1765, son of the painter Louis-Abraham van Loo
6338895 Portrait of Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter 1705-1765, son of the painter Louis-Abraham van Loo by Corner, John (fl.1788-1825); (add.info.: Portrait of Charles-Andre van Loo)

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Four Arts - Architecture, (oil on canvas)

The Four Arts - Architecture, (oil on canvas)
990205 The Four Arts - Architecture, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 116x94.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Four Arts - Architecture. Carle van Loo (1705-1765). Oil on canvas

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Resurrection, (oil on canvas)

The Resurrection, (oil on canvas)
827926 The Resurrection, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 74.9x45.1 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Resurrection. Carle van Loo (1705-1765). Oil on canvas

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Venus Requesting Vulcan to make Arms for Aeneas, (oil on canvas)

Venus Requesting Vulcan to make Arms for Aeneas, (oil on canvas)
990345 Venus Requesting Vulcan to make Arms for Aeneas, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 129x98.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Venus Requesting Vulcan to make Arms for Aeneas)

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Four Arts - Sculpture, (oil on canvas)

The Four Arts - Sculpture, (oil on canvas)
990208 The Four Arts - Sculpture, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 116x94.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Four Arts - Sculpture. Carle van Loo (1705-1765). Oil on canvas

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Four Arts - Painting, (oil on canvas)

The Four Arts - Painting, (oil on canvas)
990206 The Four Arts - Painting, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 116x94.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Four Arts - Painting. Carle van Loo (1705-1765). Oil on canvas

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Four Arts - Music, (oil on canvas)

The Four Arts - Music, (oil on canvas)
990207 The Four Arts - Music, (oil on canvas) by Loo, Carle van (1705-65); 116x94.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Four Arts - Music. Carle van Loo (1705-1765). Oil on canvas

Background imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle 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 imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Halt of the Hunt, ca. 1737. Creator: Carle van Loo

Halt of the Hunt, ca. 1737. Creator: Carle van Loo
Halt of the Hunt, ca. 1737

Background imageCarle 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

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Carle or Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter, (1825). Artist: John Corner

Carle or Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter, (1825). Artist: John Corner
Carle or Charles-Andre van Loo, French subject painter, (1825). An engraving of van Loo (1705-1765) from John Corners Portraits of Celebrated Painters, (London, 1825)

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Dianas Rest on the Hunt, 17th century. Artist: Carle van Loo

Dianas Rest on the Hunt, 17th century. Artist: Carle van Loo
Dianas Rest on the Hunt, 17th century. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St Petersburg

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Self-portrait, 1762. Artist: Carle van Loo

Self-portrait, 1762. Artist: Carle van Loo
Self-portrait, 1762. Carle van Loo (1705-1765) was a French painter of Dutch descent. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St Petersburg

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Perseus and Andromeda, 17th century. Artist: Carle van Loo

Perseus and Andromeda, 17th century. Artist: Carle van Loo
Perseus and Andromeda, 17th century. The hero Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the sea monster. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St Petersburg

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: The Spanish Concert, 1754. Artist: Carle van Loo

The Spanish Concert, 1754. Artist: Carle van Loo
The Spanish Concert, 1754. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St Petersburg

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Portrait of Empress Elisabeth Petrovna, 1760. Artist: Carle van Loo

Portrait of Empress Elisabeth Petrovna, 1760. Artist: Carle van Loo
Portrait of Empress Elisabeth Petrovna, 1760. The second daughter of Peter the Great and Catherine I, Elizabeth of Russia (1709-1762) became empress in 1741 when she overthrew the infant Ivan VI

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Louis-Marin Bonnet after Carle Van Loo, French (1736-1793), Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c

Louis-Marin Bonnet after Carle Van Loo, French (1736-1793), Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c. 1764, chalk manner printed in black and white inks on gray-brown paper

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Carle Van Loo, French (1705-1765), A Seated Male Nude, red chalk on laid paper

Carle Van Loo, French (1705-1765), A Seated Male Nude, red chalk on laid paper

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Jean-Louis Anselin after Carle Van Loo (French, 1754 - 1823), La Marquise de Pompadour

Jean-Louis Anselin after Carle Van Loo (French, 1754 - 1823), La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere, etching

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Louis-Marin Bonnet after Carle Van Loo (French, 1736 - 1793), Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c

Louis-Marin Bonnet after Carle Van Loo (French, 1736 - 1793), Marie-Rosalie Vanloo, c. 1764, chalk manner printed in black and white inks on blue paper

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Atelier of Gilles Demarteau the Elder after Carle Van Loo (French, 1722 - 1776)

Atelier of Gilles Demarteau the Elder after Carle Van Loo (French, 1722 - 1776), Head of a Man Wearing a Plumed Turban, 1772, chalk-manner in red and black inks

Background imageCarle Van Loo Collection: Carle Van Loo, Gentleman Lounging in a Chair, French, 1705 - 1765, red chalk with

Carle Van Loo, Gentleman Lounging in a Chair, French, 1705 - 1765, red chalk with touches of black chalk


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Carle van Loo, a prominent French subject painter of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with his exquisite works. Born in 1705 as the son of renowned painter Louis-Abraham van Loo, Carle inherited his father's talent and passion for art. One of Carle van Loo's notable collaborations was with Charles Parrocel and Joseph Francois Parrocel on the masterpiece "Ostrich Hunt. " This captivating painting showcases their collective genius and attention to detail. In another remarkable piece titled "Portrait of Charles-Andre van Loo, " Carle immortalized his own brother, a fellow artist who shared his dedication to the craft. The portrait captures Charles-Andre's essence as a subject painter, revealing both his artistic prowess and familial bond with Carle. It also delved into various themes within his oeuvre. In "The Four Arts - Architecture, " he skillfully depicted this discipline through oil on canvas, showcasing its grandeur and importance in society. Similarly, in "The Resurrection, " he masterfully conveyed religious symbolism through vibrant colors and meticulous brushstrokes. Van Loo's versatility shines through in "Venus Requesting Vulcan to make Arms for Aeneas. " This enchanting artwork portrays mythology intertwined with human emotions—an exploration that demonstrates Van Loo's ability to captivate viewers' imaginations. "The Four Arts" series further exemplifies Van Loo's range as an artist. Through separate paintings dedicated to sculpture, painting, and music respectively—each rendered meticulously—he pays homage to these creative disciplines that have shaped civilization throughout history. Not limited solely to historical or mythological subjects, Van Loo also excelled at portraiture. His work includes stunning depictions such as "La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere" by Jean-Louis Anselin—a testament to his ability to capture the essence and beauty of his subjects.