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Carle Vanloo Collection

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

Background imageCarle Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo 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 Vanloo Collection: Natives of Holland. With their diversions during the Winter Season. Golfing. c1782

Natives of Holland. With their diversions during the Winter Season. Golfing. c1782. People playing golf, and being pulled across the ice in a sleigh

Background imageCarle Vanloo Collection: Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole of Wolterton, English diplomat and politician, (1831)

Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole of Wolterton, English diplomat and politician, (1831). Artist: W Holl
Horatio Walpole, 1st Baron Walpole of Wolterton, English diplomat and politician, (1831). Horatio Walpole (1678-1757) was the younger brother of Robert Walpole

Background imageCarle Vanloo Collection: Drunken Silenus, 1747. Artist: Carle Vanloo

Drunken Silenus, 1747. Artist: Carle Vanloo
Drunken Silenus, 1747. In classical myth, Silenus is the teacher and friend of Bacchus, god of wine. In Renaissance art he is depicted as fat, drunk and naked, a bloated lord of the revels

Background imageCarle Vanloo Collection: Venus Cupids Arms Mars c. 1743 oil canvas 126 x 103 cm

Venus Cupids Arms Mars c. 1743 oil canvas 126 x 103 cm
Venus and Cupids with the Arms of Mars, c. 1743, oil on canvas, 126 x 103 cm, signed lower right: Carle Vanloo, Carle (Charles Andre) van Loo, Nizza 1705-1765 Paris


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Carle van Loo, a prominent French painter of the 18th century, left an indelible mark on the art world with his exquisite works. Born in 1705 as Charles-Andre van Loo, he was the son of Louis-Abraham van Loo, also a renowned painter. Carle's talent and passion for painting were evident from an early age. One of his notable creations is "Ostrich Hunt, " a collaborative piece with Charles Parrocel and Joseph Francois Parrocel. This captivating artwork depicts the excitement and thrill of a hunt, showcasing their mastery in capturing movement and detail. In another masterpiece titled "La Marquise de Pompadour en belle jardiniere, " Carle showcases his ability to portray elegance and beauty. The portrait created by Jean-Louis Anselin immortalizes Madame de Pompadour, one of France's most influential figures during that era. Carle's artistic prowess extended beyond portraits; he also excelled in depicting everyday life through pieces like "An 'Academie': Man Pulling a Cord" or "An 'Academie': One Man Lifting the Legs of Another Man. " These artworks provide insight into human anatomy while displaying Carle's technical skill in capturing various poses. "Halt of the Hunt" is yet another remarkable creation by Vanloo. This painting captures the intensity and energy present during a hunting expedition—an immersive experience brought to life through vibrant colors and meticulous brushstrokes. Even though Carle van Loo passed away in 1765, his legacy lives on through his numerous masterpieces that continue to inspire artists today. His dedication to portraying both historical figures such as Marie-Rosalie Vanloo or Benjamin Franklin alongside scenes from daily life demonstrates his versatility as an artist. Through paintings like "David took a harp and played with his hand, " recreated by William Holl in the mid-19th century, Carle's influence transcends time.