FRANCOIS FERRIERE

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Ferriere can be considered to be one of the best of the Geneva School of the end of the 19th Century. In 1793 he was in England where he had great success and painted the royal family. From 1793 to 1804 he exhibited at the Royal Academy. In 1805 he went to St. Petersburg. From there he went to Moscow where he lost all his fortune in the fire of 1812. He returned to St. Petersburg where he was appointed a mmeber of the Academy in 1813 and in 1817 he returned to England.

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FRANCOIS FERRIERE (1752-1839)
A charming portrait of a young Boy
Wearing a short brown coat, his right hand tucked inside his coat rests on a yellow and blue striped waistcoat, frilled white chemise set in a go...
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FRANCOIS FERRIERE (1752-1839)
A portrait minaiture of young Boy
Wearing dark blue coat and tied white cravat set in the original gold frame, the reverse with locks of blonde hair tied with seed pearls and gold...
£2000
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FRANCOIS FERRIERE (1752-1839)
A portrait of Alicia Sills
Alicia Sills, wife of Captain Sills in mourning dress with large white lace collar and posy of flowers at her corsage set in rectangular black pap...
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FRANCOIS FERRIERE (1752-1839)
Francois Ferriere A fabulous portrait of a Gentleman with wild powdered wig
Francois Ferriere A fabulous portrait of a Gentleman with wild powdered wig. Signed on the obverse, set in gold frame with bright cut border A Swis...
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