Portrait of Marie-Charlotte de la Tremouille, Duchess of Saxe-Iena, dressed as an allegory of Geometry Oil Painting - Henri Beaubrun

Portrait of Marie-Charlotte de la Tremouille, Duchess of Saxe-Iena, dressed as an allegory of Geometry

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  • About Reproduction

    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "Portrait of Marie-Charlotte de la Tremouille, Duchess of Saxe-Iena, dressed as an allegory of Geometry", originally brought to life by the talented Henri Beaubrun. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to Henri Beaubrun and his artistic vision.

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  • Painting Description

    "Portrait of Marie-Charlotte de la Trémoille, Duchess of Saxe-Jena, Dressed as an Allegory of Geometry" is a notable work by the French painter Henri Beaubrun (also known as Henri Beaubrun the Younger). This portrait is a quintessential example of 17th-century French portraiture, where it was common for nobility to be depicted as allegorical figures from classical mythology or personifications of virtues and sciences. In this painting, the Duchess is portrayed as the personification of Geometry, suggesting her intellectual interests or virtues such as rationality and wisdom.

    Henri Beaubrun, along with his cousin Charles Beaubrun, was a court painter for Louis XIV and is known for his portraits of the French aristocracy. The Beaubruns were particularly favored for their ability to capture the elegance and opulence of the court in their paintings. This portrait of the Duchess of Saxe-Jena is a testament to their skill in blending realistic depiction with allegorical symbolism.

    The painting features Marie-Charlotte de la Trémoille, who was a member of the French nobility and held the title of Duchess of Saxe-Jena through her marriage. The choice of Geometry as her allegorical representation may reflect the intellectual climate of the time, where the sciences were held in high esteem within educated circles, and the nobility often sought to align themselves with such enlightened values.

    The portrait is characterized by its meticulous attention to detail, from the luxurious fabrics and textures of the Duchess's attire to the geometric instruments that accompany her, which serve to reinforce the allegorical theme. The use of light, shadow, and color demonstrates Beaubrun's mastery of the baroque style, which aimed to evoke grandeur and drama.

    While the exact date of the painting's creation is not specified, it is likely to have been produced during the height of Beaubrun's career at the French court in the mid to late 17th century. The artwork holds significance not only for its artistic merit but also for its cultural and historical value, offering insight into the representation of women, science, and nobility in the arts of the period.

    The portrait remains an important piece within the oeuvre of Henri Beaubrun and continues to be studied for its representation of gender, knowledge, and power during the era of Louis XIV. It is a valuable artifact that contributes to our understanding of the social and cultural dynamics of the French Baroque period.

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