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Nine Emblems for Louis XIV
Paris, France (Place Created)
Gouache, gold, and ink on parchment
Ms. 11 (85.MS.118)
King Louis XIV The Great, French, 1638 - 1715 [sale, the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow, Part One: The Highlights from Schonagauer to Chagall, Tuesday 9 April 2013, christie's, new york, lot 55]
John Frederick Vaughan Campbell, British, 1817 - 1898, gifted to Louisa Lansdowne
late 19th century
Louisa Emma Fox-Stangways, British, 1785 - 1851
Heinrich Eisemann, German, 1890 - 1972 [sold, Hodgson & Co., London, June 29 - July 1 1955, lot 292]
Philip Hofer, American, 1898 - 1984
Hodgson & Co., London. A Catalogue of Books From Various Sources. June 29, 1955, p. 19, lot 292.
"Acquisitions/1985." The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal 14 (1986), p. 204, no. 100.
Grove, Laurence. Emblematics and Seventeenth-Century French Literature: Descartes, Tristan, La Fontaine and Perrault (Charlottesville: Rookwood Press, 2000), pp. 178-79.
Kren, Thomas. French Illuminated Manuscripts in the J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2007), pp. xxvii-xxviii, 112-13, ill.
Sciacca, Christine. Building the Medieval World (Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum; London: The British Library, 2010), pp. 70-71, fig. 67.
Christie's, New York. The Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Part One: Highlights from Schongauer to Chagall. April 9, 2013, pp. 120-21, lot 55, ill.