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active late 19th - early 20th century


Lowengard was a Parisian firm of art dealers headed by Jules Lowengard, which had many American clients. Jules' wife Esther was Joseph Duveen's sister. Their son Armand Lowengard joined and eventually became co-owner of the Duveen firm. Peter A.B. Widener purchased a sixteenth-century enameled copper plaque (now in the NGA) from Charles Lowengard in 1908, the same year that Jules Lowengard died.


Fowles, Edward. Memories of Duveen Brothers. London, 1976: 48, 203.

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