The Newly Acquired Portrait ‘Bélizaire and the Frey Children’ Now on View at The Met + Reopening of Galleries Dedicated to European Paintings

 

 

 

mage: Attributed to Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans (Franco-American, Maastricht (then under French rule) 1801–1888 Paris), Bélizaire and the Frey Children, ca. 1837, oil on canvas, 47 1/4 × 36 1/4 in. (120 × 92.1 cm). Purchase, Acquisitions Fund, Brooke Russell Astor Bequest, Friends of the American Wing Fund, Muriel J. Kogan Bequest, and funds from various donors, 2023 (2023.317). Photo by Richard Lee, courtesy of The Met.

Here’s some news that will make your Monday a whole lot sweeter. The Met’s newly acquired painting Bélizaire and the Frey Children, attributed to Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans (Franco-American, Maastricht (then under French rule) 1801–1888 Paris), is now on view in Gallery 756 of the American Wing.

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