Adolphe Piot was a French painter who specialized in creating portraits of young women. One of his notable artworks is ‘Young Girl with a Basket of Flowers,’ which was created in Academicism style. The artwork is oil on canvas and measures 125.7 × 75.6 cm. In the painting, a young girl can be seen holding a basket of flowers, while wearing a white and red dress and a beige bonnet.
Piot exhibited ‘Young Girl with a Basket of Flowers’ and other artworks in various Paris Salons from 1850 to 1909. The painting has since become part of a private collection and is not displayed publicly. Aside from this famous artwork, Piot also created other portraits that gained attention, such as ‘A Neapolitan Beauty,’ ‘Portrait of a Lady,’ and ‘Motherhood.’ These paintings depict the beauty of women during his time.