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Juan Bauzil (1766-1820) "Portrait of a Parisian (?) gentleman", fine miniature on ivory, 1793 2500 EUR
Juan Bauzil (1766-1820) "Portrait of a Parisian (?) gentleman", fine miniature on ivory, 1793
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Juan (Johann) Bauzil (Bauziel) was born in 1766 in Cologne, Germany (and not in 1776 in Palma de Mallorca as Benezit says) and died in 1820 in Madrid. From 1784 to 1789 he studied at the Academie Royale of Toulouse, where his teacher was M. Lebeyrie. He debuted as exponent in Toulouse in 1784 with an academic study. In the next year (1785) he exhibited there four portrait drawings; in 1786 - already showed miniatures. He continued to exhibit in that city until 1789. After that Bauzil was mentioned as working in Paris (he exhibited at Salon de Paris of 1793). In 1797 he was appointed a court artist of King Carlos IV of Spain - post he maintained until 1802. In 1812 he was mentioned as working in England, where he made two replicas of Duke Wellington's portait (now in London National Portrait Gallery) and afterwards again as working in Madrid, Spain (until his dead in 1820).
Creation Year: 1793
Measurements: UNFRAMED:5,6x5,6cm/2,2x2,2in FRAMED: 12,1x11,9cm/4,8x4,7in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed and dated: Bauzil /P(inxit). aoust /1793
Creator: Juan Bauzil
Creator Dates: 1766 Cologne-1820 Madrid
Nationality: Spanish/ German
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