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Subjects : Genre scenes, Landscape
Keywords : Painting, bench, couple, green, love, lover, orchard, park, path, summer, youth
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Garden with courting couples : square Saint-Pierre

The Portrait of Madame de Senonnes was painted in 1814 by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres during his stay in Rome. It depicts Marie-Geneviève-Marguerite Marcoz, viscountess of Senonnes, who was born in Lyon on 29 June 1783 and died in Paris on 25 April 1828. The painting is part of the collections of the Musée d'Arts de Nantes. In 1814, when the portrait was commissioned, Marie Marcoz was living in Rome. For four years she had been the mistress of Alexandre de la Motte-Baracé de Senonnes, known in royalist circles as the Viscount de Senonnes. He commissioned this painting from Ingres, who also extended his stay in Rome, where he earned his living by painting a large number of portraits. When Madame de Senonnes died in 1828, this portrait by Ingres remained the property of her husband, the viscount de Senonnes. Pursued by his creditors in 1831, he sent it to his elder brother, the Marquis de Senonnes (1779-1851), at the Château de Sautré in Feneu. The painting remained at Sautré until 1851. The after-death inventory of Pierre de la Motte-Baracé de Senonnes places it in his bedroom. It then fell to his youngest son Armand de La Motte-Baracé de Senonnes, who moved it to his private mansion in Angers, and died a year later of tuberculosis on 30 July 1852. His widow, née Adélaïde de Bruce, probably a victim of the prejudices of her time and place (Angers in 1852), and a snob to the point of wanting to erase every last trace of an unequal marriage that she considered a misalliance, [...]


This artwork is a painting from the modern period. It belongs to the post-impressionism style.


« Garden with courting couples : square Saint-Pierre » is kept at Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


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