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Black chalk, with stumping and erasing, and touches of brush and black watercolor, heightened with gum Arabic and lead-white gouache (partially discolored), on off-white wove paper
24.9 × 19.8 cm (9 13/16 × 7 13/16 in.)
Gift of Richard and Mary L. Gray
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Richard Cantinelli, “L’exposition rétrospective des artistes lyonnais peintres et sculpteurs, ‘Gazette ddes beaux-arts 33’” (1905), p. 148 (ill.) (as Coll. M. Genin, Lyons).
Frédérique S. Brinkering, “De beeldhouweer Joseph Chinard,” Master 1 in Paris X University, 2005, www.ufonds.uu.nl/tmp/content/385/8526593485735.pdf (accessed Dec. 8, 2009).
Frédérique S. Brinkering, “De niewe Pygalion: Carrièrestrategieën van de Franse beeldhouwer Joseph Chinard 1756-1813, ‘De Achttiende eeuw 39’” (2007), p. 42.
Art Institute of Chicago, Gray Collection: Seven Centuries of Art, Sept. 25, 2010–Jan. 2, 2011, cat. 57 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Pure Drawing: Seven Centuries of Art from the Gray Collection, Jan. 25–Oct. 12, 2020; traveled to New York, Morgan Library and Museum, Feb. 19–June 6, 2021.
M. Genin, Lyons, 1905. Sold, Fusade-Wetterwald, Nice, Dec. 4, 1994, lot 81. Sold by Danny Katz, London, to Richard and Mary L. Gray, Chicago, Sept. 12, 1997 (promised to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2019); given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2022.
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