Gérard Audran

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Recovering Lost History in Le Brun’s Prints

Crossing of the Granicus, Gérard Audran after Charles Le Brun, 1672. The Getty Research Institute, 2003.PR.33

In 2003 the Getty Research Institute acquired hundreds of 17th-century French prints that had been in the collection of a European noble family. This family had systematically, over hundreds of years, amassed an incredibly important collection of Old Master prints,… More»

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The Rise and Fall of Charles Le Brun: Q&A with Louis Marchesano

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I talked to Louis Marchesano, curator of prints and drawings at the Getty Research Institute, about the exhibition Printing the Grand Manner: Charles Le Brun and Monumental Prints in the Age of Louis XIV, now on view at the GRI—how… More»

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      Self-Portrait with Grandchildren in Funhouse, 1955, Imogen Cunningham, gelatin silver print. The J. Paul Getty Museum.© Imogen Cunningham Trust
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       Yosemite National Park, 1980, Roger Minick, chromogenic print. The J. Paul Getty Museum. © Roger Minick
      Untitled, 1973 or earlier, Bill Owens, gelatin silver print. The J. Paul Getty Museum, gift of Robert Harshorn Shimshak and Marion Brenner. © Bill Owens

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