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The Lorraine Reunited with France

A work made of engraving on paper.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of engraving on paper.

Date:

1737

Artist:

Charles-Nicholas Cochin the younger (French, 1715-1790)
after Charles Nicholas Delovel II

About this artwork

An extremely successful artist, Charles Nicholas Cochin surpassed his father’s accomplishments as an engraver and played a critical role in mid-eighteenth-century academic life. Appointed guardian of the King’s drawing collection in 1752, Cochin was well-situated politically and garnered many important commissions.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Charles-Nicholas Cochin, the younger

Title

The Lorraine Reunited with France

Origin

France

Date

Made 1737

Medium

Engraving on paper

Dimensions

345 × 269 mm (image); 400 × 291 mm (plate); 412 × 311 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Elizabeth Hammond Stickney Collection

Reference Number

1887.298

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