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Antoine Ansiaux (1764-1840) "Portrait of a high-aristocratic girl", monumental oil painting, 1820s 50000 EUR
Antoine Ansiaux (1764-1840) "Portrait of a high-aristocratic girl", monumental oil painting, 1820s
As composition model for this wonderful portrait (obviously painted on commission by the girl's aristocratic parents) the artist has taken undoubtedly from a (widely known through a mezzotint) painting of the English artist George Morland (1763-1804). We included a picture of the mezzotint as our image nr.11.
Antoine (Jean Joseph Eleonore Antoine) Ansiaux (1762 Liege, Belgium - 1840 Paris) was from 1783 a pupil of F.A. Vincent at the Parisian Academie Royale (Vincent took him under his patronage as one of his best students). After graduating the Academy he remained in Paris. During the French Revolution he became a member of the "Societe Populaire et Republicaine des Arts". He became famous in the periods of the 1st Empire and Restoration.
Condition: good; in original empire frame
Creation Year: early 1820s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:146,0x107,0cm/57,5x42,1in FRAMED: 172,5x132,5cm/67,9x52,2in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: 19th century paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Creator: Antoine Ansiaux
Creator Dates: 1764 Liege/Belgium-1840 Paris
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