The article outlines the figure of Pauline Soyer, daughter of the painter and publisher Charles-Paul Landon. As a devout engraver, Pauline contributed to her father’s artworks – from Les Annales du musée et de l’école moderne des Beaux-Arts to the Galerie Historique des hommes les plus célèbres de tous les siècles et de toutes les nations – asserting herself as an artist in her own right, also by virtue of her collaboration with her husband Louis-Charles Soyer. Through an analysis of her life and artistic evolution, the article examines the contribution of engraved panels to art publishing companies knowing great fortune at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

Lo strano caso di Mme Soyer, née Landon

Scognamiglio O.
2018

Abstract

The article outlines the figure of Pauline Soyer, daughter of the painter and publisher Charles-Paul Landon. As a devout engraver, Pauline contributed to her father’s artworks – from Les Annales du musée et de l’école moderne des Beaux-Arts to the Galerie Historique des hommes les plus célèbres de tous les siècles et de toutes les nations – asserting herself as an artist in her own right, also by virtue of her collaboration with her husband Louis-Charles Soyer. Through an analysis of her life and artistic evolution, the article examines the contribution of engraved panels to art publishing companies knowing great fortune at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Neoclassicismo
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Donne artiste
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