Jean-Démosthène DUGOURC (Versailles, 1749-Paris, 1825)
Jean-Démosthène DUGOURC (Versailles, 1749-Paris, 1825)
The twenty-year-old Comte d'Artois (1757-1836) in the uniform of Colonel-General of the Swiss and Graubünden, wearing the Orders of the Holy Spirit, of Saint-Louis and of the Golden Fleece, with his page in livery of the Maison d'Artois holding his horse, in front of his soldiers parading against the backdrop of the Château de Bagatelle (1777)
Object N° 1638

Graphite, watercolor and gouache on paper, framing lines in pen and brown ink.

Signed and dated "Dug. 1777" lower right.

H. 19.5 x 14.3 cm.


- Boin-Taburet collection (according to the label on the back of the frame).

- Collection of Baroness Liliane de Rothschild (1916-2003), wife of Baron Elie de Rothschild (1917-2007).

- Christie's Paris sale, Marie-Antoinette Collection, November 3, 2015, lot 24.

- Olivier Aaron Collection.


Antique dealers in Paris, under the dir. by Didier Aaron, La folie d'Artois, 1988, fig. 7, p. 19 (illustrated).