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Humphrey Wine

Curator of French 17th and 18th Century Paintings

National Gallery

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National Gallery

Trafalgar Square

London, Greater London,WC2N 5DN

United Kingdom

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The National Gallery is one of the greatest art galleries in the world. Founded by Parliament in 1824, the Gallery houses the nation's collection of Western European paintings from the late 13th to the early 20th century. The collection includes works by Belli...more

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Board of Trustees Minutes | March 2016 | National Gallery, London

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5.3. The Director reported that Humphrey Wine, Curator of 17th and 18th Century French Painting, would be retiring from the Gallery in June following 25 years of service.


More Fabre Works for the Musée Fabre - The Art Tribune

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If this is indeed the second subject, as indicated by the rope hanging from the tree which no doubt served to tie Sebastian, it is nevertheless surprising that there are no arrows[In fact, as pointed out to us by Humphrey Wine of the National Gallery in London, there is indeed a very discreetly drawn arrow, which Irene is withdrawing from Saint Sebastian´s shoulder.].
These three drawings were acquired thanks to the Musée Fabre's Fondation d'entreprise.


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Taking account of this, Humphrey Wine has written afresh on the seventeenth-century paintings in Davies's catalogue, adding detailed entries on all subsequent acquisitions in this field.These include, as well as paintings by Claude and Poussin, major pictures such as La Hyre's Allegory of Grammar, the Le Nain brothers' Adoration of the Shepherds, Champaigne's full-length Cardinal Richelieu and Le Sueur's Alexander and his Doctor.Humphrey Wine is curator of French Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Paintings at the National Gallery.His previous publications include the exhibition catalogue Claude - The Poetic Landscape.Author: Humphrey Wine


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Humphrey Wine, curator of European paintings at the National Gallery, says, "I and my colleagues are now more aware of provenance issues and it is common at an early stage of the potential acquisition process to discuss the provenance of a painting, particularly with relation to 1933-45.


Art History and Theory at Essex: completed PhDs

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Painting as a Career in 18th Century France (Humphrey Wine, now Curator, National Gallery, London)In and out of 'the primitive'.


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