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Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture France, Present
Nicolas de Largillière, Portrait of Charles Le Brun, 1686
Charles Le Brun 1619 – 90 First Painter to the King, 1661 onwards, Director of the Academie royale, from 1685 The art dictator of France
Charles Le Brun, The Sacrifice of Polyxène, c.1647
Nicholas Poussin, The Holy Family on the Stepz,, 1630
Charles Le Brun, the Triumph of Hercules, Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, 1658
Louis XIV as Apollo Paris, 1652
Plaisirs de lÎle enchantée : Court Ballet La Princesse d'Elide at Versailles, Versailles, 1664
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Louis Le Vau and André Le Nôtre, Palace of Versailles,
Jean Nocret, Louis XIV and his Family, Versailles 1670
Charles Le Brun, The King Governs Alone, Versailles, 1678
Charles Le Brun, Prise de la ville et de la citadelle de Gand en six jours,,Versailles, 1678
Charles Le Brun, Prise de la ville et de la citadelle de Gand en six jours, Versailles, 1678
Charles Le Brun, Alexander in the Tent of Darius, Versailles, 1672
Charles Le Brun, Alexanders Enrty into Babylon, Versailles, 1672
Charles Le Brun, Alexander Entering Babylon, 1680
Charles Le Brun, Louis XIV Visiting the Goeblins Tapestry Factory, Versailles 1673 *
Hyacinthe Rigaud, Louis XIV, Versailles, 1701
Francois Giruadon, Louis XIV, Louvre, 1692
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