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Elie-Antoine Dignat (d. after 1840) "Male portrait", miniature on ivory, 1810 850 EUR
Elie-Antoine Dignat (d. after 1840) "Male portrait", miniature on ivory, 1810
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Elie-Antoine Dignat was born in Limoges. He began his artistic career in the early period of the 1st Empire. At the beginning of Restoration he was commissioned by the family d'Orleans to produce a cycle of portraits. He was also responsible for execution of altar decorations during the consecration of King Charles X in Reims (29 May 1825). Nathalie Lemoine-Bouchard also mentions his activity as a restorer of manuscripts and book miniatures, especially in the years between 1836 and 1840. He worked in this function in libraries of Louis XVIII and Charles X. Accroding to Nathalie Lemoine-Bouchard, Elie-Antoine Dignat died after 1840 in Paris.
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Condition: good; in original frame
Creation Year: 1810
Measurements: UNFRAMED:4,8x3,8cm/1,9x1,5in FRAMED: 10,4x9,4cm/4,1x3,7in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed and dated: Dignat /1810
Creator: Elie (Elie-Antoine) Dignat
Creator Dates: born in Limoges-after 1840 Paris
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