Oil on canvas, family portrait.
In the middle of the 19th century, the bourgeoisie, actor and beneficiary of the industrial revolution, wanted to leave to posterity the image of its economic and social success. Failing to belong to a noble line, she celebrates the family, keystone of this new bourgeois model. The challenge is then to create an image for yourself at the same time as to build a genealogy, a historical legitimacy…
Oil on canvas, “Portrait of a girl” with curved hair in a bun and the dress of the empire style.
Oil on canvas “Portrait of a quality lady” with a court dress and “a la fontange” hairstyle, probably the portrait of a maid of honor.
Painted canvas, pastoral scene.
Oil on canvas, portrait of a gentleman,
Oil on canvas, portrait of a woman with a fan.
Early 18th century,
Oil on canvas, portrait of a woman with an ermine coat, circa 1890
Oil on wood, children playing by the water. Unusual subject …
Beautiful, free, provocative, portrait of Louis XIV’s favorite daughter
Oil on canvas circa 1690. Workshop of Pierre Gobert.
Oil on canvas, allegory of summer with putti.