Oil on canvas Restoration period depicting a official portrait of the Count of Olivier de Pezet dressed as the first royal magistrate, bearing the royal orders; the cross of the royal and military order of knight of the order of saint Louis, the cross of the royal order of the legion of honor of the monarchy of July and the cross of the order of our lady of Mount Carmel on the left side, on his silver and silver buttons jackets marked with the royal crown. Count Albert, Joseph, Augustine of Olivier de Pezet, French politician, Knight of the order of Saint Louis, Captain of staff of the genius, he was the first magistrate of Avignon under the Restoration, then took part in Legitimist party struggles. Under Louis-Philippe then the second Republic, he was representative in the Chamber of Deputies to the Constituent Assembly on June 4, 1848 and May 13, 1849: focused on the legitimist list of Vaucluse. He sat on the right and voted with the monarchist majority, for the Rome expedition, for the Falloux-Parieu law on education, for the restrictive law of universal suffrage. He did not agree with the particular policy of the Elysee, and returned to private life in the coup d'état of 1851. Provenance Hunting area of ??the Count at Bedarrides near Avignon. No restorations, posterior frame. Dimensions: Chassis; Height 81cm, Width 65cm. Frame (overall) Height 94.5cm, Width 79.5cm.
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