Mrs Vigée-Le Brun and her daughter, Jeanne-Lucie, known as Julie
This painting immortalizing maternal love was painted in 1789 for the Count of Angiviller, then Director of the King's Buildings. Its author, Madame Vigée Le Brun, was the first woman to be admitted to the Royal Academy of Painting, an acceptance helped in part by the thirty portraits she made of Marie-Antoinette and by the recommendations of Louis XVI.
In addition to his painting of portraits of the greats of the French crown, his salons were famous and all Paris frequented them: the Countess de Ségur, de Polignac...
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- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
- Dimensions :
- 50 x 65 cm
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- Author :
- Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Le Brun