Fleury Richard, Drawing Portrait Of A Hussar And His Family Under The Empire Dated 1807 flag


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"Fleury Richard, Drawing Portrait Of A Hussar And His Family Under The Empire Dated 1807"
Early 19th century French School, blanck and white chalk drawing from the Empire period. It represents a hussar officer with his wife seated in a woodland landscape with their daughter. The work is presented in an Empire period frame in gilded wood with palmettes and large blackened net. The painting is signed lower right Fleury and dated 1807. On the back, the drawing is identified as representing Ferdinand Favre, squadron leader of Hussars, aide-de-camp to Marshal Lefebvre, Madame Favre, daughter of the rector of the university of Leiden and granddaughter of Admiral Rytwezt, and their daughter Emma. Fleury Richard (1777-1852), neoclassical painter of Lyonnaise origin trained in Paris in David's studio. He exhibited at the salon from 1801 and met with great success and a strong reputation from the salon of 1804. Dimensions of the frame: 80.5 x 67cm Dimensions of the drawing: 57 x 44.5 cm
Price: 2500 €
Artist: Fleury Richard (1777-1852)
Period: 19th century
Style: Consulat, Empire
Condition: Tres bon état

Material: Papier, bois doré
Length: 80,5cm (57cm)
Height: 67cm (44,5 cm)

Reference: 863693
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Fleury Richard, Drawing Portrait Of A Hussar And His Family Under The Empire Dated 1807
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