Joseph Bonaparte, Comte de Survilliers

Metadata

Title

Joseph Bonaparte, Comte de Survilliers

Description

This pencil portrait is by Adolph Mailliard (b. 1819 in Bordentown, New Jersey), son of Bonaparte’s personal secretary, Louis Mailliard (b. 1795). It is believed that Adolph made the portrait on one of the many trips which Bonaparte and the Mailliards made to Europe. He sent the portrait as a gift to Mrs. Langhorne Thorne, the concierge at Point Breeze. Adolph settled in San Rafael, California in 1867.

Creator

Adolph Maillard, Jr.

Date

1840 (circa)

Identifier

1973.07.01

Extent

13.0" H x 10.0" W

Medium

Pencil on paper

Is Part Of

Bonaparte Collection, The Athenaeum of Philadelphia

Provenance

Gift of Emily Gilpin Hopkinson

Citation

Adolph Maillard, Jr., “Joseph Bonaparte, Comte de Survilliers,” Bonaparte Collection, The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, Joseph Bonaparte in America, accessed December 10, 2018, https://www.josephbonaparteinamerica.org/items/show/11.