Césarine Davin-Mirvault

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Césarine Henriette Flore Davin-Mirvault
Born (1773-06-03)June 3, 1773
Paris, France
Died November 25, 1844(1844-11-25) (aged 71)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Known for Painting
François Joseph Lefebvre, Duke of Dantzig, Marshal of France, portrait from 1807, now at the Palace of Versailles

Césarine Henriette Flore Davin-Mirvault, a French painter of portraits and miniatures, whose maiden name was Mirvault, was born in Paris in 1773. She studied under Suvée, David, and Augustin, and afterwards established a school of drawing and painting, in which she had many pupils. Madame Davin died in Paris in 1844.

Portrait of Asker-Khan, Ambassador of Persia, from 1809

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