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Élisabeth Vigee-Le-Brun

Le Brun earned a reputation Ancien Régime France as the portrait painter to Marie Antoinette, limning some 30 likenesses of the Queen and her family in all. Her father was a painter, as was her husband, Jean-Baptiste-Pierre Le Brun (who was also a noted art dealer). Since her career was tied to the monarchy, Le Brun was forced to flee France during the French Revolution, but she was allowed to return to Paris in 1802. She was largely forgotten after her death, until her career was revived in a 1982 retrospective at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Born in: Paris, France
  • Born on: April 16, 1955

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