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Vivant Denon Lithograph portrait Robert Lefevre

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Vivant Denon


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Lithograph on India paper, published in Paris, c1830. Dominique Vivant, Baron de Denon (1747-1825) was a French artist, writer, diplomat, author, and archaeologist. Denon was appointed first director of the Louvre Museum by Napoleon after the Egyptian campaign of 1798-1801. Lefevre depicts Denon with Jean Pesne's engraved Oeuvres de Nicolas Poussin. The portrait by Robert Lefevre is held in Musee National du Chateau de Versailles. Robert Lefevre (1755 - 1830) was a French painter of portraits, history paintings and religious paintings. H Garnier (1802-1855) was a reknown French lithographer. A couple of light surface marks in the borders.

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artist H Garnier after Robert Lefevre
method Lithograph
date C1830
size 400mm by 300mm
SKU CL1630