Ingres and the Comtesse D'Haussonville
Frick Collection, 1985 - Portraits, French - 143 pages
2nd, revised edition of the study of Ingres' portrait of the comtesse d'Haussonville (1818-1882). This work--as well as its companion exhibition (Frick Collection, New York, Nov. 19, 1985-Feb. 16, 1986)--examines the portrait from aesthetic, historical, and biographical perspectives. Included are lives of the artist and the subject, sources and inspiration for the portrait, and the portrait's provenance. Appendices contain excerpts from the memoirs and will of the comtesse d'Haussonville. A bibliography and exhibition checklist are also included.
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