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Louis Ami Arlaud-Jurine (1751-1829)-Attrib. "Lady in park", superb miniature on ivory!!, ca. 1790 4900 EUR
Louis Ami Arlaud-Jurine (1751-1829)-Attrib. "Lady in park", superb miniature on ivory!!, ca. 1790
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Louis-Ami Arlaud-Jurine (1751 Geneva - 1829 Pre-l'Eveque) was a grandnephew of the famous Jacque Antoine Arlaud. He studied in Geneva under Liotard, and under Vien in Paris. In 1802, after 12 yearlong stay in London, where he produced numerous portraits of the British aristocracy, Arlaud-Jurine returned to Geneva. He mainly painted miniature on ivory and enamels, but was also successful in oils, pastels, and watercolors. His early works are strongly influenced by the French portrait artists, and, after 1800, by the English miniaturists. Arlaud-Jurine's works are to be seen in the Museums of Geneva, London (among others, Victoria and Albert Museum and the Windsor Castle), Neuchatel, etc.
Provenance: private collection, Paris
Condition: good; the ivory wafer is with artist's own join between 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock; the miniature appears to have been previously inside the lid of a round box
Creation Year: ca 1790
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,0x8,0cm/3,1x3,1in FRAMED: 8,3x8,3cm/3,3x3,3in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Louis-Ami Arlaud-Jurine
Creator Dates: 1751 Geneva-1829 Pre-l'Eveque
Nationality: Swiss / English / British
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