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Aimee Brune (1803-1866) "Portrait of a lady in park landscape", high quality oil on canvas!!, 1830s

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As convincingly show our web # 39013 and our comparison images nr.9-12, this wonderful romantic portrait is (although unsigned) an absolutely authentic and very typical work of well-known French female artist of 1st half of the 19th century Aimee Brune.

Aimee Brune, nee Pages, was born in 1803 in Paris and died ibidem in 1866. She was a pupil of Charles Meynier. Brune debuted in Parisian Salon in 1822 with "Psyche enleve par Zephir". In 1831 she was awarded a second class medal of the Salon and, in 1841 - a first class medal.
In 1833 she married Parisian artist Christian Brune (1793-1849) and since this date signed with her double name - Brune Pages.
She painted portraits, genre and historical paintings in academical style.
Today, works of Aimee Brune belong to museum collections of Aix-en-Provence, Ales, Bordeaux, Le Puy, Orleans, Troyes, Versailles, Louvre.
We would like to add the following quotation from Wendelin Guenther's book "Women Art Critics in Nineteenth-Century France: Vanishing Acts" (University of Delaware Press, 2013):
"…Anne Brune (née Pages) was probably one of the most successful and respected woman artists of the time: her practice was varied, ranging from history painting and genre scenes to portraiture. She is mostly forgotten today, her artwork buried in French museums and her portraits appearing only occasionally on the European art market. However, one measure of her success was the fact that her paintings were engraved to be widely distributed as was, for instance, her "Leonardo poignant la Joconde" (1845), which was engraved by Charles Lemoine. She was also the recipient of commissions, and in 1837 she delivered for Versailles a copy of the 1729 "Portrait of Marie-Anne de Bourbon-Condé (dite Medemoiselle de Clermont)" by Jean Marc Nattier… Once again Madame Brune is singled out for the craze that her portraits created. Women gathered around her portraits in great numbers at the Salon because her talent brought her a flock of new clients…".

Condition: good, in original frame.

Creation Year: early 1830s

Measurements: UNFRAMED:75,0x62,0cm/29,5x24,4in FRAMED: 93,5x80,5cm/36,8x31,7in

Object Type: Framed oil painting

Style: 19th Century Paintings

Technique: oil on canvas

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Creator: Aimee Brune
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Creator Dates: 1803 Paris-1866 Paris

Nationality: French


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