10 June 2008
FROM THE JAHN COLLECTION, DARMSTADT
EMILIE LACHAUD DE LOQUEYSSIE, NÉE HEBENSTREIT (GERMAN, 1793-1863)
A young lady, in blue dress with green sash, an ochre-coloured stole over her left shoulder, gold earring, dark curling hair
signed and dated 'Emilie Hbnstrt 1817.' (lower right)
oval, 2 5/8 in. (67 mm.) high, gilt-metal mount
Collection of Architect Kurt Jahn (1903-1978), Darmstadt, inv. J.63.
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Darmstadt, Residenzschloss, Schlossmuseum, 1974-2007, inv. no. 21058.
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