"“portrait Of The Duchess Of Maine” Pierre Gobert."Portrait of the Duchess of Maine, Workshop of Pierre Gobert, End of the 17th century / beginning of the 18th century.
Anne-Louise-Bénédicte de Bourbon known as "Mademoiselle d'Enghien" then Mademoiselle de Charolais is a French princess born in Paris on November 8, 1676 and died in the same town on January 23, 1753. Granddaughter of the great Condé she was injured in her pride of having to marry the legitimate son of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan, the Duke of Maine. In her castle of Sceaux, she held a real court which was called "the small court of Sceaux", giving costumed night parties and receiving renowned writers and artists of the time.
Workshop of Pierre Gobert, painter born in Fontainebleau in 1662, died in Paris on January 13, 1744. He was admitted to the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture on December 31, 1701. He became one of the appointed painters of the aristocracy of the court of Versailles and the appointed painter of the court of Lorraine
Dimensions of the work: 64 cm x 55 cm
Dimensions of the frame (modern frame): 83 cm x 73 cm
Good condition, on its original canvas. Small lifting of material at the top of the painting
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