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River God (recto); Sketches of Two Male Heads (verso)

A work made of pen and brown ink over red chalk (recto) and brush and black ink (verso) on ivory laid paper, edge mounted on off-white laid paper.
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  • A work made of pen and brown ink over red chalk (recto) and brush and black ink (verso) on ivory laid paper, edge mounted on off-white laid paper.

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Recto attributed to Sébastien Bourdon (French, 1616-1671)
Verso by Unknown Artist (French, 17th century)

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Artist

Sébastien Bourdon

Title

River God (recto); Sketches of Two Male Heads (verso)

Origin

France

Date

Artist's working dates 1636–1671

Medium

Pen and brown ink over red chalk (recto) and brush and black ink (verso) on ivory laid paper, edge mounted on off-white laid paper

Dimensions

154 × 256 mm

Credit Line

The Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection

Reference Number

1922.143

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