125
125
Jean-Louis Voille
PRESUMED PORTRAIT OF PRINCESS TATYANA YUSUPOVA (1769-1841)
Estimate
10,00015,000
JUMP TO LOT
125
Jean-Louis Voille
PRESUMED PORTRAIT OF PRINCESS TATYANA YUSUPOVA (1769-1841)
Estimate
10,00015,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Tableaux, Sculptures et Dessins Anciens et du XIXe siècle

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Jean-Louis Voille
PARIS 1744 - 1804 SAINT PETERSBOURG
PRESUMED PORTRAIT OF PRINCESS TATYANA YUSUPOVA (1769-1841)

Catalogue Note

A portrait by the artist is in the State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg and shows the Princess Tatiana Yusupova also in a similar oval portrait setting (oil on canvas, oval, 63 by 57 cm; inv. no. ГЭ-5656). This portrait entered the Hermitage in 1925 and was formerly in the Yusupovs' collection which was confiscated by the Russian state after the Russian Revolution. 

The princess was also famously painted by Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun in 1797 (Tokyo Fuji Art Museum). Princess Tatiana Vassilievna Youssoupov (or Yusupova), born Engelhardt, Mme Potemkine in her first marriage, was a sister of Varvara Galitzin and Catherine Skavronsky, whom Vigée-Lebrun also painted.

Tableaux, Sculptures et Dessins Anciens et du XIXe siècle

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Paris