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Mme Louise Girard "Box with (painted on porcelain) portrait of Napoleon", Paris, 1810/15
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Mme Louise Girard, nee Bathilde, was born in the late 18th century. As a young girl she married Regnault's pupil, Parisian engraver Francois Girard (1787-1870) and became his pupil and collaborator. Besides engraving she specialized in porcelain painting. At 1824 Salon de Paris she showed her porcelain paintings after Pierre Mignard and Francois Gérard. Otherwise, she was known, among others, through her miniature technique on porcelain portraits (sic!).
Creation Year: 1810/15
Measurements:UNFRAMED:4,7x3,1cm/1,9x1,2in FRAMED: 9,7x9,7cm/3,8x3,8in
Object Type:box with miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: box: yew wood; miniature: porcelain painting
Inscription:verso of the porcelain plaque is signed: Girard Pinxit (see image nr.8)
Creator: Mme Louise Girard
Creator Dates: late 18th century-?
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