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Pierre-Louis Bouvier (1765-1836) "Lady with red stola", fine miniature on ivory, 1821 3200 EUR
Pierre-Louis Bouvier (1765-1836) "Lady with red stola", fine miniature on ivory, 1821
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Pierre Louis Bouvier (1765 Geneva - 1836 Geneva) began by studying enamel painting in Geneva with Louis-Andre Fabre. From 1778, he attended Ecole de Dessin in the same city; from 1785 to 1788, was a pupil of Antoine Vestier at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris. Subsequently, Bouvier produced mainly miniatures on ivory, as well as a number of oil portraits. In 1797-1801, he lived in Hamburg, in 1804-12, 1822 and 1827 - in Paris. Otherwise, the artist lived in his native city of Geneva, where, in 1828-36, he directed the Painting School of Museum Rath. Bouvier exhibited at the Salon of Paris in years 1804, 1806 and 1808; in 1808 - a miniature of Empress Josephine that belonged to her daughter, the Queen of Holland. In 1816, he painted the portrait of Mme de Stael, which he engraved himself: it is the only known engraving by him. In 1827, he published a "Manuel des jeunes artistes et amateurs en peintre ", which was translated into English and German.
Provenance: French private collection
Creation Year: 1821
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,5x6,7cm/3,3x2,6in FRAMED: 15,1x13,2cm/5,9x5,2in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory (oval)
Inscription: signed and dated: Bouvier /1821
Creator: Pierre Louis Bouvier
Creator Dates: 1765 Geneva-1836 Geneva
Nationality: Swiss / French
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