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Karl Wilhelm Bardou (d. after 1842) "Prince Pyotr Andreyevich Vyazemsky (?)", pastel portrait, ca.1820
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Very high quality pastel portrait of a young gentleman wearing glasses, depicted before the sky background. Although unsigned, this portrait - in our strong conviction - is an absolutely original work of well-known Berlin pastelist working between 1804 and 1827 in Russia, Karl Wilhelm Bardou (see our images nr.4-11 with comparisons).
Karl (Carl) Wilhelm Bardou (ca.1750 Berlin - after 1842 ibidem) was a very well-known German-Russian painter and graphic artist. He studied in Berlin under his uncle Paul Josef Bardou, moved in 1804 to St. Petersburg and stayed in Russia until 1827. He worked as a portraitist (also in miniatures) mainly in oil and pastel portraying Russian aristocracy in St.Petersburg, Moscow and Kazan. Works by him can be seen in the greatest Russian museums: Tretyakov Gallery and Tropinin Museum (Moscow), in Museum Muranovo and in the Museums of Kaluga, Kazan, Petrozadovsk etc.
Creation Year: ca 1820
Measurements:UNFRAMED:31,5x26,0cm/12,4x10,2in FRAMED: 41,3x36,0cm/16,3x14,2in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: pastel on vellum, mounted by artist on stretcher
Creator: Karl Wilhelm Bardou
Creator Dates: ca.1750 Berlin-after 1842 Berlin
Nationality:German / Russian
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