Jean-Baptiste Perronneau

Portrait of Jacob van Kretschmar (1721-1792)

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Jean-Baptiste Perronneau
Portrait of Jacob van Kretschmar (1721-1792)

1754 No expuesto

This is Jacob van Kretschmar, aged 33. Van Kretschmar belonged to the Dutch aristocracy and made his career in the army. In this portrait he wears a chic blue jacket with gold embroidery. The embroidery has been very loosely rendered, as has the white lace of his ‘jabot’. Jacob’s face, by contrast, has been recorded in meticulous detail.

Van Kretschmar had his portrait painted by Perronneau, a French artist. It is executed in pastels, a popular technique in the 18th century. It was partly thanks to Perronneau that pastel portraits became fashionable in the Netherlands. Pastels are extremely delicate, but because this portrait had always stayed in the family, it is in perfect condition.

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Jean-Baptiste Perronneau
Portrait of Jacob van Kretschmar (1721-1792)

1754 No expuesto

Gift of jonkheer F.G.L.O. van Kretschmar van Veen, 2018
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Información general
Jean-Baptiste Perronneau (Paris 1715 - 1783 Amsterdam)
Portrait of Jacob van Kretschmar (1721-1792)
1754
pastel
1217
Material y detalles técnicos
pastel, crayon
paper
45 x 60 cm
Inscripciones
linksboven: Perronneau / Peintre du Roy / en 1754 / à La Haye

Origen

Jacob van Kretschmar, The Hague, 1754-1792; by inheritance to the family of the sitter; gift of jonkheer F.G.L.O. van Kretschmar van Veen (1918-2017), 2018