An early 19th century portrait miniature of a Noble Lady

Artist/Maker LOUIS FRANCOIS AUBRY (1767-1851)
Dimensions 7.60cm high   
Description She wears a fur trimmed lilac coat over a white dress with frilled lace, her white plumed hat secured with a ribbon under her chin.
set in the original ormolu rectangular frame with leaf motif on the border

Aubry, a French artist, was a pupil of Isabey. He was a regular exhibitor at the Paris Salon between 1798 and 1833. The first director of the Louvre, Vivant Denon, described him as one of the most able miniature painters in Europe. He was a restorer at the Louvre from 1833 to 1848.

Although it has not been possible to identify the sitter, judging by her clothes she was clearly a notable lady of fashion.
Signed Signed on the obverse
Medium watercolour on ivory
Condition Minor surface dust
Ref No. 4859
Price £3000.00
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