|Jeanne-Philiberte Ledoux "Lady Artist in her Atelier" (Very Probably a Self-Portrait) location unknown|
Ledoux was contemporaneous with Louise-Élisabeth Vigée-LeBrun, but far less is known about her. She apparently worked in both pastels and oils, and was noted mainly for her portraits of girls and women, and occasionally young boys. She participated intermittently in the Paris Salons, between 1793 and 1819 exhibiting in ten of these events. Her work is in several museum collections, including the Bowes Museum in England, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
A charming painting of Ledoux as a child with her father, painted by Greuze, can be seen here.