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MArie-Victoire Lemoine (1754-1820). [Portrait property of Ball State University]. Born in Paris and may have been a student of Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun. Her painting Atelier of a Painter is probably a portrait of Vigee-Lebrun. Lemoine was a portraitist and miniaturist who was part of a generation of women who were able to enjoyed considerable success as professional artists. Lemoine's career spanned the periods both before and after the French revolution.

The Athenaeum - Portrait of a Young Girl (Marie-Victoire Lemoine - )

1783-1790 | Manchester City Galleries | "Chemise a la Reine"-style robe of white Indian cotton muslin finely embroidered all over with zig-zag lines of pulled-thread or "Chikan" work.  Dress is made in 4 straight widths with centre front closure, gathered around the neckline, below the bust and around the waist with drawstrings.  The loose, 3/4 length sleeves are of plain muslin. Accession Number 1947.1714

Chemise a La Reine, white Indian Cotton Muslin. The Chemise a la reine is a style of dress popularized by Marie Antoinette.

.:. ca. 1789 Lady, said to be Comtesse du Cluzel by Henri-Pierre Danloux.

1789 Lady, said to be Comtesse du Cluzel by Henri-Pierre Danloux (auctioned by Sotheby's) Posted to Le Boudoir de Marie-Antoinette by Majesté on shampooed

Self portrait presumed to be by Marie-Elisabeth Lemoine (c.1755-c.1812)

Self portrait presumed to be by Marie-Elisabeth Lemoine (c.1755-c.1812)

Les deux soeurs by Marie-Victoire Lemoine (1754 – 1820, French)

Marie-Victoire Lemoine (1754 – 1820, French)

The Two Sisters, 1790 by Marie-Victoire Lemoine (Paris

Marie-Denise Villers — Wikipédia

Etude de femme d'après nature by Marie-Denise Villers

Portrait of a lady, late 18th century, follower of Marie Louise Ėlisabeth Vigée Le Brun (French, 1755-1842)

Manner of Marie Louise Ėlisabeth Vigée Le Brun (French, Portrait of an Elegant Lady, oil on canvas, ca.

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