Portrait of Ferdinand Guillemardet

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Ferdinand Guillemardet
Ferdinand Guillemardet.jpg
Mediumoil paint, canvas
Dimensions186 cm (73 in) × 124 cm (49 in)
IdentifiersJoconde ID: 000PE022855

Portrait of Ferdinand Guillemardet is a 1798–99[1] painting by Francisco Goya, now in the Louvre.


It shows the French ambassador to Spain between 1798 and 1800 and was exhibited at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in July 1799. Its subject took to France and it was later given to the Louvre (where it now hangs) by Guillemardet's son, a friend of Eugène Delacroix.