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Robert Lefevre-Attrib. "Napoleon I and Marie-Louise", two very important portraits!!, 1810/14
Price: 12500 EUR
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These two very good quality portraits (oil on canvas) were executed sometime between April 1, 1810 (sitters' wedding at the Louvre) and January 25, 1814 (last time the couple saw each other). They show Napoleon I and his second wife Marie-Louise, nee Archduchess of Austria. Marie-Louise's unique representation here (there are no preceding portraits of the kind!) proves the authenticity of both paintings and shows that they are not copies after two other (known) portraits but the original works of a very good artist of the Napoleonic Epoch. The first artist in question (and author of Napoleon Bonaparte's numerous portraits) is the Parisian portrait painter Robert Lefevre (for comparison, see our images nr.21-24 and our (already sold) web # 18592).
Robert Jacques Francois Faust Lefevre was born on September 24th 1755 in Bayeux and died on October 3rd 1830 in Paris.
Provenance: antique shop in Chartres / France
Condition: good; portrait of Marie-Louise was lined in early 19th century; in different, 1st half of 19th century gilded frames
Creation Year: 1810/14
Measurements:UNFRAMED:55,5x45,7cm/21,9x18,0in FRAMED: 72,0x63,0cm/28,3x24,8in
Object Type:Framed oil paintings
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: both: oil on canvas
Creator: Robert Jacques Francois Faust Lefevre
Creator Dates: 1755 Bayeux-1830 Paris
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