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David Le Clerc (1679-1738)-Attrib. "Portrait of a young lady", miniature on vellum, early 18th century 850 EUR
David Le Clerc (1679-1738)-Attrib. "Portrait of a young lady", miniature on vellum, early 18th century
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David Le Clerc (1679 Bern - 1738 Frankfurt a. M.) was a son of medallist Gabriel Le Clerc of Rouen. He was a pupil of Joseph Werner in Bern. In 1698, he came to Frankfurt, where he was issued a bursary to travel from the Landgrave Karl von Hessen-Cassel to visit Paris and London. Afterwards, he worked for 31 years for this Prince. He painted miniatures on velllum (sic!) and enamel, as well as portraits, landscapes, and flowers in oil.
Provenance: German private collection
Condition: fai´rly good; in 19th century frame
Creation Year: early 18th century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:9,2x6,7cm/3,6x2,6in FRAMED: 6,1x4,8cm/2,4x1,9in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on vellum (painted in oval on rectangular sheet)
Creator: David Le Clerc
Creator Dates: 1679 Bern-1738 Frankfurt a. M.
Nationality: Swiss / German
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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