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Daniel Saint "Gentleman with a snuff-box", superior quality large miniature on ivory!!, ca.1800
Price: 6500 EUR
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Daniel Saint (1778 Saint-Lô, France - 1847 Saint-Lô) was a pupil of Isabey, Regnault and Aubry. He specialized in miniatures and became Isabey's principal collaborator in execution of official portraits. He took part in most of Salons between the years 1804 and 1839, and obtained a 2nd class medal in 1806 and a 1st class - in 1808. On several occasions Saint did portraits of the Empress Josephine. Napoleon commissioned a portrait from him and sent it - adorned with diamonds worth 150000 francs - to Marie-Louise in Vienna. The emperor's decision to order a portrait from Saint was supposedly very much influenced by the fact that Napoleon saw and favoured another work by the artist, namely a miniature portrait of Prince Kourakine exhibited by Saint at the Salon of 1810. Saint was not only appreciated in the Empire period, but also became one of the most popular miniaturists under Charles X and Louis-Philippe, whose portraits he did on several occasions.
Provenance: private collection, Vienna
Creation Year: ca 1800
Measurements:UNFRAMED:12,5x8,9cm/4,9x3,5in FRAMED: 14,5x9,5cm/5,7x3,7in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Daniel Saint
Creator Dates: 1778 Saint-Lô-1847 Saint-Lô
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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