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Л. Токе. Авторство под вопросом. Портрет императрицы Елизаветы Петровны. Холст, масло. 81х66. Поступила в 1927 г. из Государственного музейного фонда (собрание Архива Министерства иностранных дел; дар князя М. А. Оболенского).

Произведение записано в инвентарной книге Государственной Третьяковской галереи под номером 9344.

Французский живописец Луи Токе (Токке), придворный художник, представитель стиля рококо, был приглашен в Россию графом М.И.Воронцовым специально для написания большого парадного портрета императрицы Елизаветы Петровны (в настоящее время хранится в Государственном Эрмитаже). За те полтора года, что Токе пробыл в Санкт-Петербурге, художник выполнил несколько изображений императрицы, которые пользовались успехом и широкой известностью. Копии парадного портрета императрицы, как в рост, так и его поясном варианте, неоднократно выполнялись другими живописцами, в том числе и известным крепостным художником графа П.Б.Шереметева Иваном Петровичем Аргуновым, а так же учащимися Императорской Академии художеств. Французский мастер подчеркнул красоту и очарование императрицы. Он запечатлел ее в пышном туалете, с горностаевой мантией, наброшенной на плечи, с лентой и звездой ордена Святого апостола Андрея Первозванного.

Date 18th century
date QS:P,+1750-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Author Ivan Argunov Louis Tocqué
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