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Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowitz "Andrzej Mokronowski", important miniature on ivory, ca. 1765 10000 EUR
Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowitz "Andrzej Mokronowski", important miniature on ivory, ca. 1765
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Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz (1745 Warsaw - 1813 Warsaw) was a son of a French colonel. He studied under Italo-born Polish court artist Marcello Bacciarelli and the latter's wife, portrait miniaturist Friederike Bacciarelli. He spent some time in Vienna and, while there, became strongly influenced by Fueger (and clearly imitated the latter's "water-drop" technique in his works), although there is no evidence of his ever being Fueger's pupil. He was taught very highly of by the King Stanislas August of Poland, who ennobled him in 1781. Lesseur-Lesserowicz executed numerous orders for the King, as well as for the Mniszech family.
Provenance: English noble estate
Condition: good; in original frame (glass is lost)
Creation Year: ca 1765
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,3x6,2cm/3,3x2,4in FRAMED: 10,5x6,4cm/4,1x2,5in
Object Type: framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory (octagonal)
Creator: Wincenty de Lesseur-Lesserowicz
Creator Dates: 1745 Warsaw-1813 Warsaw
Nationality: French / Polish
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