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Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz "Lady in blue coat", high quality miniature on ivory, ca. 1800 1900 EUR
Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz "Lady in blue coat", high quality miniature on ivory, ca. 1800
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Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz (1745 Warsaw - 1813 ibidem) was a son of a French colonel and pupil of both the best late 19th century Polish portraitist Marcello Bacciarelli and his wife Friederike. The artist spent some time in Vienna where he was influenced by Fueger (sic!), yet we do not know, whether he was his pupil or not. Lesseur was thought very highly of by the King Stanislaw August of Poland, who enobled him in 1781. He executed numerous orders for the King, as well as for the Mniszech family. Lesseur was primarily a miniaturist, but also painted portraits in oils and pastel. Besides real-life miniatures, he did numerous copies, chiefly after Bacciarelli, Fueger and Lampi. Schidlof writes: "…from afar certain Lesseur's miniatures resemble Fueger's in an amazing way and seem to be first class works…".
We are very grateful to our friend, world-best specialist in portrait miniatures Dr. Bodo Hofstetter for his generous help.
Condition: good; in 19th-century frame
Creation Year: ca 1800
Measurements: UNFRAMED:6,8x5,2cm/2,7x2,0in FRAMED: 10,7x7,9cm/4,2x3,1in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz
Creator Dates: 1745 Warsaw-1813 Warsaw
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