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In the i66os Le Brun designed a set of the Seasons (Les Saisons) for the Gobelins manufactory in which Spring showed the parterres and part of the Orangerie of the Chateau de Versailles, Summer included the Chateau de Fontainebleau as well as part of the Palais des Tuileries in a medallion supported by Minerva and Apollo, Autumn portrayed the Chateau de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, while the Pavilion de Flore of the Palais des Tuileries appeared in the distance of Winter. The skillful weaving accomplished in Les Saisons established a standard that was maintained in the execution of Les Maisons royales.

As noted above, he was also one of the four artists paid by the Gobelins to retouch the cartoons in 1687. In certain respects, however, the lefthand figure does follow the Dutch site studies of Brazilian natives. Particularly in terms of deportment and facial characteristics, the spear thrower resembles the dancing Tapuyan Indians painted by Eckout, and it is possible that Houasse found such subjects among the supplemental materials. Curiously, the figure of the spear thrower has been expertly rewoven from the hips to the feet (figs.

Jean-Baptiste-Elie Camus de Pontcarre, seigneur de Viarmes (1702-1775), and his wife Frangoise-Louise Raoul de la Guibourgere; by descent to Louis-Jean-NepomuceneFrangois-Marie Camus de la Guibourgere (1747-1794); by descent to Alexandre-Prosper Camus de la Guibourgere (1793-1853), Chateau de la Guibourgere, Bretagne; French and Company, New York (negative no. 16817), circa 1930; Bernard Blondeel, Antwerp, Belgium, 1991; J. Paul Getty Museum, 1992. , 1993, no. 287, p. ; "Acquisitions/1992," GettyMusJ 21 (1993), no.

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