Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen
Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen
Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen
Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen
Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen
Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen

After ANGELICA KAUFFMANN, R.A. (1741-1807)

Portrait Engraving Of Princess Bariatinski Family (Draughtsman Giovanni Battista dell'Era) Print Produced By Raphael Morghen

1793 to 1800 Italy Florence

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Fine late 18thc engraving on paper of the family of Princess Bariatinski who is seated on the left holding a miniature, her two brothers stand flanking her sister on the right.

The intermediary draughtsman was Giovanni Battista dell'Era and the Engraving is After Angelica Kauffman, produced as a print made by Raphael Morghen and published in Florence Italy in 1793.

ABOUT THE PRINCESS
Leonilla Ivanovna Bariatinskaia, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn was a Russian aristocrat who married Ludwig, Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn. She was the subject of a number of portraits by Franz Xaver Winterhalter.
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Princess Leonilla Ivanovna Bariatinskaya was born on 9 May 1816 in Moscow.
She was a daughter of Prince Ivan Ivanovich Bariatinsky, a member of one of the most influential families of the Russian nobility.

She married one of the Tsar’s aides de camp, Ludwig, Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (1799-1866) on 23 October 1834 at Castle Marino, Kursk Oblast.
He was a Russian aristocrat of German descent, who was known in Russia as Lev Petrovich Wittgenstein.

An outstanding quality 19thc frame finished in gloss black with cast gilt corner mounts in the shape of a large clover leaf.

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Very Good Order Throughout the print is well preserved under glass and sealed verso with wooden panel.

The Frame is in Excellent Condition.

Dimensions
External Height 30.25 cm (11.91 inches)
External Width 23.50 cm (9.25 inches)
External Depth 1.75 cm (0.69 inches)
Stock Code
0754
Medium
Engraving on Paper
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