Portrait Of A Lady
Portrait Of A Lady by French Painter Charlemagne Oscar Guet (1801 – 1871); genre painter, portraitist and a draughtsman.
This is an a portrait of a young lady sitting in an opera box holding a fan in her right hand that is adorned with a gemstone ring and gold bracelet with a center placed pearl, which is folded over her left arm, that is adorned with a gold bracelet and gold ring on her fourth finger.
On the red velvet covered rail of the opera box to her left is a bouquet of flowers comprising red, white, pink and yellow roses, with a mix of other flowers.
Portrait Of A Lady is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
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Guët began his artistic studies at the École des beaux-arts de Paris from 1818 – 1821 under the mentorship of French Classicism Painter Antoine-Jean Gros (1771 – 1835), French lithographer, portrait and historical painter Louis Hersent, and French lithographer, historical and military painter Horace Vernet; and from 1819 exhibited at the Salon de Paris.
For 21 years beginning in 1824 Guët went on study trips across Europe which included France , Holland , Switzerland , Italy , Turkey and Greece. In 1837, 1839, and 1843 Guët took part in the exhibitions in Leipzig, Germany; as well as in the Kunstverein Lübeck in 1850, 1852 and 1854.