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Jean-Etienne Liotard - portrait of Madame de Vermenoux
Jean-Etienne Liotard - portrait of Madame de Vermenoux

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Work: Madame Paul Girardot Vermenoux, born Anne Germaine Larrivee
            Between 1760 and 1764

Author: Jean-Etienne Liotard (Geneva, 1702 - Geneva, 1789)

Technique: Pastel on parchment, 61x51, 5 cm
                  Acquisition, 1984
This portrait of Madame de Vermenoux (1739-1789) was part of three figures by Liotard made during her stay in Geneva between 1758 et 1764. With frail health, the young widow of a Parisian banker, studied at the Academy of Geneva, comes to town to consult a doctor Theodore Tronchin. As Madame La Live d'Epinay, whose portrait Liotard has done in 1759, she often visited the enlightened circles in the city.

Museum of Art and History (Musée d'Art et d'Histoire) - Geneva, Switzerland
Inv. 1984-107

Source of information: MAHG

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