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  • Portrait of a Woman artwork by Julie Ribault - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Portrait of a Woman artwork by Julie Ribault
  • Portrait of a Woman artwork by Julie Ribault - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Portrait of a Woman artwork by Julie Ribault - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Portrait of a Woman artwork by Julie Ribault - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Julie Ribault (1789-1851) painted portraits and genre pictures and presented works at the Paris Salon between 1810 and 1826. She was a part of the Bourbon Restoration.  At that time, young artists were paid to study and paint at the Louvre.  Many of these artists also painted for the nobility.

Julie Ribault won a second place medal at the 1824 Paris Exhibition held at the Louvre.  The gold medal was ordered for her by King Louis XVIII however it was presented by his brother, King Charles X.  This event was recorded by Francis-Joseph Heim in his painting titled " Charles X Distributing Awards to the Artistes Exhibiting at the Salon of 1824 in the Louvre," dated 15 January 1825.  The king is shown awarding the ribbon of St. Michael to the sculptor, Cartillier. Mille Ribault is depicted center right in the portrait with her gold medal draped around her neck.

Julie Ribault

Portrait of a Woman

  • 1822
  • 17 x 20 inches
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Oil
  • Origin: France
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Issued by: The work was professionally appraised in 2005.
  • Provenance: The painting was purchased in a Michigan Art Gallery 30 years ago.
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • Comments:

    The portrait is in good condition and has not been retouched. The gold-leaf frame is also in good condition.

    Shipping and insurance will be the responsibility of the buyer. Once purchased, an estimate for shipping costs will be created, approved and paid by the buyer before the painting is shipped.

  • Price: $4,000.00 USD
  • Seller: dac24, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 5042
  • Artplode Seller ID: 10324

About Artist:

Julie Ribault (1789-1851) painted portraits and genre pictures and presented works at the Paris Salon between 1810 and 1826. She was a part of the Bourbon Restoration.  At that time, young artists were paid to study and paint at the Louvre.  Many of these artists also painted for the nobility.

Julie Ribault won a second place medal at the 1824 Paris Exhibition held at the Louvre.  The gold medal was ordered for her by King Louis XVIII however it was presented by his brother, King Charles X.  This event was recorded by Francis-Joseph Heim in his painting titled " Charles X Distributing Awards to the Artistes Exhibiting at the Salon of 1824 in the Louvre," dated 15 January 1825.  The king is shown awarding the ribbon of St. Michael to the sculptor, Cartillier. Mille Ribault is depicted center right in the portrait with her gold medal draped around her neck.







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