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Mme Aimee Zoe Lizinka de Mirbel-Attrib. "Mme Grisset", fine miniature on ivory, ca.1830 1750 EUR
Mme Aimee Zoe Lizinka de Mirbel-Attrib. "Mme Grisset", fine miniature on ivory, ca.1830
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Mme Aimée Zoe Lizinka de Mirbel, nee Rue, (1796 Cherbourg – 1849 Paris) was daughter of a naval commissar. Showing increasing talent for painting already at an early age, she entered the studio of Augustin. In 1819 her highly-placed friends arranged for her to paint the portrait of King Louis XVIII. Mirbel’s debut was a complete success. Louis XVIII appointed her The Official Painter to the King. She exhibited this portrait at the Salon, along with portraits of eleven other important court nobles.
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Condition: good; in original frame with label of frame-maker Papetier
Creation Year: ca 1830
Measurements: UNFRAMED:9,6x7,0cm/3,8x2,8in FRAMED: 14,6x12,0cm/5,7x4,7in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory (oval)
Creator: Mme Aimée Zoe Lizinka de Mirbel
Creator Dates: 1796 Cherbourg-1849 Paris
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