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Here are all the paintings of Mercier, Philippe 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
79205 and his sisters Mercier, Philippe and his sisters 1733(1733) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 45.1 x 57.8 cm (17.8 x 22.8 in) cyf
19380 Frederick, Prince of Wales and his Sisters at Kew Mercier, Philippe Frederick, Prince of Wales and his Sisters at Kew Oil on canvas Cliveden, Buckinghamshire.
79962 Prince of Wales Mercier, Philippe Prince of Wales 1733(1733) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 45.1 x 57.8 cm (17.8 x 22.8 in) cyf
19381 School for Boys Mercier, Philippe School for Boys 1738 Oil on canvas.
19379 The Belton Conversation Piece Mercier, Philippe The Belton Conversation Piece Oil on canvas Belton House, Lincolnshire.

Mercier, Philippe
French Painter, ca.1689-1760 was a French painter and etcher, who lived principally and was active in England. He was born in Berlin of French extraction, the son of a Huguenot tapestry-worker. He studied painting at the Akademie der Wissenschaften of Berlin[1] and later under Antoine Pesne, who had arrived in Berlin in 1710. Later, he traveled in Italy and France before arriving in London??"recommended by the Court at Hannover"??probably in 1716. He married in London in 1719 and lived in Leicester Fields. He was appointed principal painter and librarian to the Prince and Princess of Wales at their independent establishment in Leicester Fields, and while he was in favor he painted various portraits of the Royalties, and no doubt many of the nobility and gentry. Of the Royal portraits, those of the Prince of Wales and of his three sisters, painted in 1728, were all engraved in mezzotint by Jean Pierre Simon, and that of the three elder children of the Prince of Wales by the John Faber Junior in 1744. This last was a typical piece of Mercier's composition, the children being made the subject of a spirited, if somewhat childish, allegory in their game of play. Prince George is represented with a firelock on his shoulder, teaching a dog his drill
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