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After Bargue-Gérôme - Goupil & Cie Lithograph, Hippolyte Flandrin

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A lithograph after a life drawing study by Bargue-Gérôme. Published by Goupil & Cie, Paris. A Goupil & Cie Editeurs Paris blind stamp to the lower left. A stamp to the lower right reading: 'Cours de Dessin Ils Partie, Modeles d'Apres les Maitres, Goupil & Cie Editeurs, Paris'. Inscribed in print to lower left 'No XV Exole Francaise 1809-1864 / Hippolyte Flandrin del Bargue Lith'. Unsigned. On wove.


Surface marks and dirt, stains, discolouration and wear and tears to sheet edges.


55.1 x 41.2cm (21.7" x 16.2")
Sheet: 57.8 x 44.5cm (22.8" x 17.5")

Artist Biography

Goupil & Cie was established in Paris in 1850, initially as a dealer in prints, paintings and sculptures. By 1872, the firm was producing its own prints and had established a worldwide trade in the reproduction of paintings, with offices in Europe, the USA and Australia. The firm was responsible for prints of many significant 19th century paintings, including Tom Roberts's Opening of the First Parliament of the Australian Commonwealth, issued as a photogravure print in 1903.

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Code ph843
Artist After Bargue-Gérôme
Date Late 19th Century
Dimensions 55.1 x 41.2cm
Medium Lithograph
Style Classical
Subject Nudes
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