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Jean-Baptiste Singry-Attrib. "Portrait of a young bride", fine miniature on ivory, ca 1805 2000 EUR
Jean-Baptiste Singry-Attrib. "Portrait of a young bride", fine miniature on ivory, ca 1805
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Jean-Baptiste Singry (1782 Nancy - 1824 Paris) was a son of the painter Nicolas Singry. In his youth he went to Paris where he became a student of Vincent and Isabey. From the beginning he seems to have specialized in the miniatures although he also exhibited a number of lithographs. He made his Salon debut in 1806 with a self-portrait.
He exhibited several miniatures in 1808 and (among others) the portrait of actress Mlle Alexandrine St. Aubin as "Cinderelle" in 1810.
Provenance: private collection, Paris
Creation Year: ca 1805
Measurements: UNFRAMED:6,8x6,8cm/2,7x2,7in FRAMED: 7,7x7,7cm/3,0x3,0in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Jean-Baptiste Singry
Creator Dates: 1782 Nancy-1824 Paris
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