Lot 2 of 400:
Lot of Three 19th C. French Drawings.  

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Lot closed - Sold for:$343.75
$200 - $400

Description: Attributed to Jean Leon Gerome (French, 1824 - 1904), pencil on paper, crouching Orientalist figure, unsigned, attributed via gallerist records, no. '12' lower right, 14" high x 9" wide, condition: loose, unframed, crease at upper left, toned paper. Eugene Flandin (?), pencil on paper, cows in landscape, signed and dated 1836 lower left, 4.25" high x 7.5" wide, condition: toned with discoloration, matted, not framed. Adolphe Lalauze (French, 1838 - 1906), watercolor "The Vicar and His Young Parishioner" - signed lower right, PSD Fine Arts Corporation, New York label affixed verso, sight - 6.75" high x 4" wide, condition: good, framed behind glass, not examined out of frame. From the estate of a New York gallerist.

Categories: Fine Art, Photography and Works on Paper


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