(1749 - 1803)
Adelaide Labille-Guiard was active/lived in France. Adelaide LabilleGuiard is known for aristocratic figure, portrait and miniature painting.
Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, a French miniaturist and portrait painter, was born in Paris, the youngest of eight children, to a bourgeois family. Her father, the haberdasher Claude-Edme Labille, owned a shop named 'A La Toilette' situated in the Rue neuve des Petits Champs in the parish of Saint-Eustache. (Jeanne Bécu, the future Madame du Barry, worked on the same street, and would eventually become good friends with Labille-Guiard.)
Her older sister, Félicité, whose date of birth is unknown, married to the miniaturist Jean Antoine Gros, a notable painting collector, in 1764 in the Saint-Eustache parish of Paris. It is unknown whether Adélaïde kept in touch with Jean Antoine Gros, his second wife, the pastel artist Pierrette Madeleine C ... Displaying 750 of 8464 characters.