SAUVAGE Piat-Joseph (1744-1818), DOUBLE CHILDREN PORTRAITS , MINIATURE IN TWO SIDES GOLD AND HAIR MEDALLION, CIRCA 1790

TECHNIQUE: Watercolor and gouache on ivory , protected under a convex glass

ARSTIST: SAUVAGE Piat-Joseph (1744-1818)

SIGNED: Sauvage

FRAME : Two sides gold pendant frame, gold initial on hair work on reverse, 18th century .

PORTRAIT SIZE: 6,5cm

FRAME SIZE:

DESCRIPTION :

Rare portraits of two children, a girl and her little brother, painted in profile in "grisaille" by Piat-Joseph Sauvage (1744-1818), signed under the bust : Sauvage.

This double portrait, of an extremely realistic result for the work of Sauvage, is kept in its original medallion. On the reverse, the gold initials of the two children are kept on their respective hair strands.


CONDITION: Very good original condition

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Bénézit, Lespinasse, Blattel, Schidlof, Darmon, Foster, Thieme et Becker, Lemoine Bouchard, Bernd Pappe

PRICE: 4500€