Henriette Lorimier

(7 August 1775, Paris - 1 April 1854) was a popular portraitist in Paris at the beginning of Romanticism. She lived with the French diplomat and philhellene writer Francois Pouqueville (1770-1838). student of the history painter Jean-Baptiste Regnault, she soon exhibited fine portraits and genre paintings at the Paris' Salons from 1800 to 1806 and from 1810 to 1814. In 1805 Princess Caroline Murat-Bonaparte, a sister of the Emperor, purchased "La Chevre Nourriciere" a painting exhibited at the 1804 Salon and in 1806 Henriette Lorimier was awarded a First Class Medal for her painting of "Jeanne de Navarre" which was then purchased by the Empress Josephine de Beauharnais, consort of the Emperor Napoleon Ier.

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Henriette Lorimier Portrait de Francois Pouqueville par Henriette Lorimier oil painting


Portrait de Francois Pouqueville par Henriette Lorimier
Painting ID::  72422
Artist: Henriette Lorimier
Painting: Portrait de Francois Pouqueville par Henriette Lorimier
Introduction: Portrait de François Pouqueville par Henriette Lorimier ; Huile sur toile 91 par 74 cm. Musee national du Château et des Trianons (Versailles). cjr
   
   
     

Henriette Lorimier Self-portrait oil painting


Self-portrait
Painting ID::  72424
Artist: Henriette Lorimier
Painting: Self-portrait
Introduction: 1801(1801) Oil cjr
   
   
     

Henriette Lorimier Pouqueville oil painting


Pouqueville
Painting ID::  74110
Artist: Henriette Lorimier
Painting: Pouqueville
Introduction: Français : Portrait de François Pouqueville par Henriette Lorimier ; Huile sur toile 91 par 74 cm. MusXe national du Château et des Trianons (Versailles). Date 1830 cyf
   
   
     

Henriette Lorimier Self-portrait oil painting


Self-portrait
Painting ID::  78490
Artist: Henriette Lorimier
Painting: Self-portrait
Introduction: 1801 cjr
   
   
     

Henriette Lorimier Self portrait oil painting


Self portrait
Painting ID::  80877
Artist: Henriette Lorimier
Painting: Self portrait
Introduction: 1801(1801) Medium Oil cyf
   
   
     

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     (7 August 1775, Paris - 1 April 1854) was a popular portraitist in Paris at the beginning of Romanticism. She lived with the French diplomat and philhellene writer Francois Pouqueville (1770-1838). student of the history painter Jean-Baptiste Regnault, she soon exhibited fine portraits and genre paintings at the Paris' Salons from 1800 to 1806 and from 1810 to 1814. In 1805 Princess Caroline Murat-Bonaparte, a sister of the Emperor, purchased "La Chevre Nourriciere" a painting exhibited at the 1804 Salon and in 1806 Henriette Lorimier was awarded a First Class Medal for her painting of "Jeanne de Navarre" which was then purchased by the Empress Josephine de Beauharnais, consort of the Emperor Napoleon Ier.