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Pierre Aime Demange (1802-1853) "Portrait of a young woman", important miniature on ivory!, 1832 1900 EUR
Pierre Aime Demange (1802-1853) "Portrait of a young woman", important miniature on ivory!, 1832
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Pierre Aime Demange (1802 Nancy - 1853 Paris) exhibited miniatures and portraits in watercolor at the Parisian Salon between the years 1827 to 1842. In 1826 he published at the Gihaut Brothers a series of six colored caricatures "Les mesaventures". Schidlof calls him a skillful miniaturist.
Provenance: private collection, Nimes, France
Creation Year: 1832
Measurements: UNFRAMED:9,2x7,6cm/3,6x3,0in FRAMED: 15,6x13,1cm/6,1x5,2in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed and dated: Demange 1832
Creator: Pierre Aime Demange
Creator Dates: 1802 Nancy-1853 Paris
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