Merry-Joseph Blondel (1781-1853)

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Jean Stewart, Comte de Buchan


Portrait of a Woman in a White Dress

Merry-Joseph Blondel was a 19th century French portrait and history painter. Though Blondel became famous for his history paintings, more of his portraits survive today.


Portrait of Guy Aldonce de Durfort, the Duke of Lorges


Henri de la Tour d’Auvergne, the Duke of Bouillon

Blondel won the Prix de Rome in 1803, and today his paintings are housed worldwide. Still wondering about a French portrait in your family estate? Contact us…it could be by Merry-Joseph Blondel.