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# 40996

Carl Ludwig Hummel de Bourdon "Lady with two daughters", outstanding miniature on ivory! ca.1810

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It is an outstanding quality miniature portrait of a highly aristocratic lady posing with her two teenage daughters (dresses and hair-styles speak for the period around 1810) at statue of Minerva (an owl at statue's feets) in evening park landscape, anywhere in Vienna (see mounts Kahlenberg and Leopoldsberg in the background; see also comparison image nr.16).
Although it is unsigned, we are strongly convinced that this group portrait is an absolutely authentic work of one of Vienna's leading miniaturists of that time (for comparison, see our images nr.13-15; see also our web # 40969 ) Carl Ludwig Hummel de Bourdon.

Carl Ludwig Hummel de Bourdon was born ca.1769 into an aristocratic family living in Besanšon, France. During the French Revolution he fled from the Great Terror from France and settled in Austria (this suggestion stems from Dr. Bodo Hofstetter (Switzerland); see his recently published catalogue "Portraitminiaturen/ Museum Liaunig", Neuhaus, 2015, p. 371). For the first time he is mentioned in a marriage contract completed in Vienna in 1800. In this document he is named as court artist of Archduke Joseph's (Palatine of Hungary) wife - Alexandra Pavlovna, nee Grand Duchess of Russia. This fact has made some art historian to suppose that Carl Hummel de Bourdon has spent a few years in Hungary in this period. Dr. Hofstetter believes that this supposition is not convincing enough, since the wedding of Alexandra Pavlovna and the Archduke Joseph took place on 30 October 1799, and Hummel's wedding took place in Vienna (and not in Hungary) a few months later.
It seems in the mid 1810s he spent some time in Poland (or Lemberg (Lviv) belonging then to the Austrian Empire, capital of formerly Polish (since 1772 Austrian) province Galicia). This supposition is supported by a lot of his portraits of Polish aristocrats of that time.
He died in Vienna in 1840 at the age of 71.

Provenance:
1) Gallery Herbert Asenbaum, Vienna, 1960s (see our image nr.17)
2) Private collection, Vienna

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Condition: good; set into original traveling leather folder

Creation Year: ca 1810

Measurements:UNFRAMED:12,2x8,9cm/4,8x3,5in FRAMED: 16,5x12,0cm/6,5x4,7in

Object Type:Framed miniature

Style: Portrait Miniatures

Technique: watercolor on ivory

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Creator: Carl Ludwig Hummel de Bourdon

Creator Dates: ca.1769 Besanšon (FR)-1840 Vienna

Nationality:French/ Austrian

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