Edmé QUENEDEY (1756-1830)
Portrait of woman under 1st french Empire by Quenedey, rue neuve des Petits-Champs n°15 à Paris 1811Physionotrace drawn and engraved by Edmé Quenedey in 1811
5,8 cm diameter (engraving size only) - Framed : 15,2cm x 12,7cm
Prestigious Count Sforza collection
Physionotrace drawn and engraved by Edmé Quenedey in good general condition (some rednesses) in a wooden frame. Produced in 1811 (1st Empire).
This is the portrait of a woman under the 1st Empire.
Besides she wears an elegant dress and hairstyle so typical of 1st Empire evoking josephine. An another portrait in a same frame which probably represents her husband is available on our gallery.
Comes from prestigious Count Sforza Collection, important diplomat who fighted Fascism.