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Anthelme Francois Lagrenée-Attrib. "General Perruguet de Montrichard and his wife", 1803/04 3500 EUR
Anthelme Francois Lagrenée-Attrib. "General Perruguet de Montrichard and his wife", 1803/04
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Anthelme Francois Lagrenée was born in Paris in 1774 as a son of French painter Louis-Francois Lagrenée. He was a pupil of his father and later - of Vincent. He exhibited at the Parisian Salon from 1799 to 1831. During the revolution Lagrenée served in the French army, where he meticulously studied the anatomy of horses, thus becoming a very fine horse-draughtsman. He was also a very good portraitist (mainly miniaturist); was also very well known as a good imitator of antique cameos. In 1817-1825 the artist lived and worked in St. Petersburg where he had a great success and did portraits of numerous members of aristocracy, as well as of the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna. As a portraitist (as already mentioned) Lagrenée painted chiefly miniatures on ivory and watercolour portraits (sic!), but known are his historical and animalistic paintings in oils. Schidlof writes: "Lagrenée was an excellent miniaturist whose works show a certain influence on Isabey, but his "pointille" is finer in the faces than with the pupils of latter". Miniatures and watercolour portraits of this artist belong to collections of Louvre (Paris), Hermitage and Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), Tretyakov Gallery and Historical Museum (Moscow), etc., etc.
Provenance: private collection, France
Condition: fairly good
Creation Year: 1803/04
Measurements: UNFRAMED:6,8x5,2cm/2,7x2,0in FRAMED: 7,4x5,6cm/2,9x2,2in
Object Type: locket with miniatures
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: locket: gold, tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl; both miniatures: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed (portrait of wife): Lagrenée
Creator: Anthelme Francois Lagrenée
Creator Dates: 1774 Paris-1832 Paris
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