The Chocolate Girl  by Jean Étienne Liotard

The Chocolate Girl

(Das Schokoladenmädchen)

Jean Étienne Liotard

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servant · maid · chamber maid · serving · apron · portrait · full length · drinking chocolate · female · tray · glass · water · cup · bonnet
The Chocolate Girl by Jean Étienne Liotard
Undated   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 193862   ·  Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy / bridgemanimages.com
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13.01.2021
Sylvie S.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 37cm x 54cm, stretched on stretcher.
Jean Étienne Liotard's pastel painting by the Viennese chocolate girl is probably one of the most famous representations of art history, which owes its fame to the advertising sense of an American businessman. The portrait was made around the year 1743, when the painter stayed in Vienna at the request of Empress Maria Theresa. The image of the Nameless, referred to in the sources of time as "Wiener Stuben mensch", shows a girl, as it has worked at the time in the coffee houses of the city. In traditional costume, she is presented wearing a tray with fine porcelain and cocoa. In the pastel painting, the sophistication of the representation of the surfaces is striking. Impeccable, porcelain smooth surfaces meet silky shiny fabrics and well-strengthened pleats. However, the painting became known through the discovery of Henry L. Pierce. The president of the "Walter Baker & Company" discovered the picture during a visit to the Dresden Gemäldegalerie and decided to make it a trademark of one of his products, the Bakers Cocoa. Liotard's girl graced countless cocoa cans and made her way into thousands of households. The success of this measure quickly led to imitators, so that many other companies printed a chocolate girl in a modified form on their posters and labels. © Meisterdrucke
The Chocolate Girl  by Jean Étienne Liotard

The Chocolate Girl

(Das Schokoladenmädchen)

Jean Étienne Liotard

Unclassified artists
servant · maid · chamber maid · serving · apron · portrait · full length · drinking chocolate · female · tray · glass · water · cup · bonnet
The Chocolate Girl by Jean Étienne Liotard
Undated   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 193862   ·  Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy / bridgemanimages.com
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13.01.2021
Sylvie S.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 37cm x 54cm, stretched on stretcher.
Jean Étienne Liotard's pastel painting by the Viennese chocolate girl is probably one of the most famous representations of art history, which owes its fame to the advertising sense of an American businessman. The portrait was made around the year 1743, when the painter stayed in Vienna at the request of Empress Maria Theresa. The image of the Nameless, referred to in the sources of time as "Wiener Stuben mensch", shows a girl, as it has worked at the time in the coffee houses of the city. In traditional costume, she is presented wearing a tray with fine porcelain and cocoa. In the pastel painting, the sophistication of the representation of the surfaces is striking. Impeccable, porcelain smooth surfaces meet silky shiny fabrics and well-strengthened pleats. However, the painting became known through the discovery of Henry L. Pierce. The president of the "Walter Baker & Company" discovered the picture during a visit to the Dresden Gemäldegalerie and decided to make it a trademark of one of his products, the Bakers Cocoa. Liotard's girl graced countless cocoa cans and made her way into thousands of households. The success of this measure quickly led to imitators, so that many other companies printed a chocolate girl in a modified form on their posters and labels. © Meisterdrucke
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