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Alexandre-Auguste Fiocchi "Probably Jean-Baptiste Bargoin and his wife", two miniatures, 1841 3900 EUR
Alexandre-Auguste Fiocchi "Probably Jean-Baptiste Bargoin and his wife", two miniatures, 1841
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Alexandre (Alessandro)-Auguste Fiocchi (1803 Paris - after 1860 Rochefort) was a well listed miniaturist, lithographer and art collector of a possibly Italian origin. From 1830 he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Artes in Paris. In 1859 he bequeathed a great part of his art collection to the city of Rochefort (ca. 40 oil paintings and over 100 drawings), receiving in return a position of a museum conservator that he occupied from 1860. This collection became a foundation for the establishment of the Museum of Rochefort. The artist's own works were mainly miniatures on ivory (among them are many copies after Old Masters). One of them is in the Wallace Collection in London; another - in the Museum of Rochefort.
Provenance: Auction House "Grogan and Company" Dedham, Massachusetts, USA, 11 February 2007, Lot 341
Condition: good; in original frames; one glass with minimal chip
Creation Year: 1841
Measurements: UNFRAMED:11,0x9,3cm/4,3x3,7in FRAMED: 19,2x16,7cm/7,6x6,6in
Object Type: Framed miniatures
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: each: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: each signed and dated: Fiocchi. 1841; husband's portrait: legend on verso
Creator: Alexandre-Auguste Fiocchi
Creator Dates: 1803 Paris-after 1860 Rochefort
Nationality: Italian (?)
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