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Louis-François Aubry (1767-1851)-? "Duchesse d'Angouleme", important large miniature!!, 1815/20
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Louis-Frainçois Aubry (1767 Paris - 1851 ibidem) was a pupil of Vincent and Isabey. From 1798 to 1838 he exhibited numerous miniatures in the Salon, and won a second class medal in 1808 and a first class medal in 1828. In 1832 he became a chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur. From 1838 to 1848 Aubry worked as a restorer in the Louvre. Schidlof writes, that in his best pieces Aubry can compete with almost any great artist of his day. He taught the majority of the miniaturists of his period, who became in their turn artists of worth. Among his pupils were Saint, Millet, Le Gros, Delacluze, Meuret, P. d' Aubigny, and his wife Amelie, Gaye, Mlle Voullemier etc.
Provenance: German private collection
Creation Year: 1815/20
Measurements:UNFRAMED:17,5x13,2cm/6,9x5,2in FRAMED: 18,8x15,1cm/7,4x5,9in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Louis-François Aubry
Creator Dates: 1767 Paris-1851 Paris
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