Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun

Her early teen years proved to be fruitful for her as she was already painting portraits professionally and was a member of the Académie de Saint-Luc by the age of 19. To become an artist of this caliber was no easy feat for anyone, let alone an 18th-century woman. It was no doubt this proficiency with a brush that drew the attention of notable nobility throughout France. However, it was the ongoing patronage of Marie Antoinette (1755-1793) that cemented Vigée Le Burn amongst their ranks. Read More

France

Education:
Académie de Saint-Luc

Deceased
Awards: Numerous
Collectors: Worldwide

Commissions: Not Accepted
Trustpilot Score: 5 Star

Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, “Julie Le Brun Looking in a Mirror” (1787), oil on canvas, 28.75” × 23.37”, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante
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Madame Grand Noel Catherine Vorlee
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Self Portrait in a Straw Hat
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