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Jean Adam Serre-Attrib. "Aristocrat and his young wife", two high quality miniatures!!, 1750/60
Price: 5500 EUR
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Jean Adam Serre (1704 Geneva - 1788 Geneva) was a painter of miniatures on ivory and enamel; also practiced chemistry and physics. After being his pupil, he became the friend and constant traveling companion of Liotard, whom he helped in his works. His technique resembles Liotard's to such degree that it is not easy to distinguish the works of the two artists (Schidlof).
Provenance: Christie's London, April 15, 1997, Lot 53
Creation Year: 1750/60
Object Type:Framed miniatures
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: both: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Jean Adam Serre
Creator Dates: 1704 Geneva-1788 Geneva
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