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Giuseppe Tresca (d. 1816) "Lady composing a love letter", important miniature on ivory!!, late 18th c.
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Giuseppe Tresca was born in the second half of the 18th century in Naples and died in Palermo in 1816. He was a church painter, portrait miniaturist and engraver. Among his religious works is his 1793 painting executed for the Church of St. Leonardo in Palermo.
Schidlof says (see our additional image with a clip from his book "Miniature in Europe"): "...Tresca certainly stayed in France for a time". And indeed, this miniature is (with a very great possibility!) a portrait of a French lady. For a long time it belonged to the famous Parisian collection Bernard-Franck.
Condition: good; in original metal frame
Creation Year: late 18th Century
Measurements:UNFRAMED:7,5x7,5cm/3,0x3,0in FRAMED: 9,8x9,8cm/3,9x3,9in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Giuseppe Tresca
Creator Dates: 2.H. of 18th c. Naples-1816 Palermo
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