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Adèle Beke playing spinet or clavichord, miniature portrait, Empire period
Adèle Beke playing spinet or clavichord, miniature portrait, Empire period - Objects of Vertu Style Empire Adèle Beke playing spinet or clavichord, miniature portrait, Empire period - Adèle Beke playing spinet or clavichord, miniature portrait, Empire period - Empire
Ref : 74868
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Period :
19th century
Provenance :
Coll. Adèle Mouchet; coll Laisné, and by descent
Medium :
Bodycolor, ivory, wood, ormulu
Dimensions :
l. 5.79 inch X H. 6.26 inch
Weight :
0.205 Kg
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Adèle Beke playing spinet or clavichord, miniature portrait, Empire period

Adele Beke (Arras, 1786-1864), playing spinet or clavichord, Empire period miniature portrait on ivory, rect, sight 8,7 x 7,9 cm.
Varnisehd wood and ormulu frame 15,9 x 14,7 cm
Identification on the reverse
Provenance: coll. of her daughter Adele Mouchet, then coll. Laisné and by succession.

Adèle Marie Désirée BEKE (Arras, 1786-1864) was the daughter of Jean-François Gabriel Beke, merchant and bourgeois of Arras, owner of the castle of St Nicolas- les- Arras and of Marie-Joseph-Julie née Du Quesnoy.
She married on 14 September 1808 at Arras Jacques Jean Mouchet (1768- 1821), director of the Excise duty administration of Arras. They had a daughter, Adèle Julie Laure Mouchet who married in 1839 Théophile Balthazar Laisné, then descendent families of Laisné, Bimbenet, Courtemanche etc.

Condition: good, after restoration by Dr B. Pappe of a small hairline on the shoulder.

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Miniature Portrait Empire