ca. 1706 Madame Jassaud et ses deux enfants by Nicolas de Largillière (Musée Boucher-de-Perthes - Abbeville, Hauts-de-France, France)

I have seen this dated to 1746. That is when Nicolas de Largillière died. This is not a 1746 coiffure or dress.

From pinterest.com/mabbeville/peinture-nicolas-de-largillière/.jpg. The background has been redone with Photoshop, especially above the upper arm of the child to the right, to remove folded canvas shadows and a vertical crease. The drape in the upper right was also redone and numerous spots in the background were removed with Photoshop. The rest of the photo was left intact except for two eroded paint flaws on the neckline region.

ca. 1706 Madame Jassaud et ses deux enfants by Nicolas de Largillière (Musée Boucher-de-Perthes - Abbeville, Hauts-de-France, France) From pinterest.com:mabbeville:peinture-nicolas-de-largillière:

This rectangular portrait of Mme. Jassaud is what the left oval portrait of the last image is based upon.

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