10 December 2002
SOPHIE CLÉMENCE DELACAZETTE (1774-1854)
A young lady, formerly called Queen Therese of Bavaria, facing left in lace-bordered black-lined white dress with red bodice, coral necklaces, red roses, red ribbons and pearl stick pins in her plaited and upswept curled black hair
signed and dated 'S. Clc. Delacazette 1815' (mid-left)
oval, 2 15/16 in. (75 mm.) high, gilt-metal mount
Dr. Wilhelm von Miller, Munich, no. 508 (in 1906).
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Die Kunstsammlung des kgl profesors Dr Wilhelm von Miller in München, 1906, p. 69, no. 508, illustrated.
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