Gabriel de Saint-Aubin

Performance of 'Armida' in the Old Auditorium of the Opera House

Performance of 'Armida' in the Old Auditorium of the Opera House
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Author: Gabriel de Saint-Aubin
Drawings, Pen, brush and black wash and gouache over pencil drawing on grey-greenish paper, 31.5x53.7 cm
Origin: France, No earlier than 1761
Source of entry: State Russian Museum, 1932
Theme: Theatre

See also

The Frick Collection: Exhibitions: Gabriel de Saint-Aubin (1724-1780)
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Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin Online
Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin [French Painter, 1724-1780] Guide to pictures of works by Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin in art museum sites and image ...
Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin (Getty Museum)
A biography of the artist Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin from the J. Paul Getty Museum's collection.
De Gabriel Saint-aubin (1724 - 1780) Artwork Images, Exhibitions ...
De Gabriel Saint-aubin Gabriel de Saint-Aubin first studied with a genre painter and then with Francois Boucher. He entered and lost the Prix-de-Rome three ...

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