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Watercolor and pen and black ink on ivory wove paper
Signed recto, lower left, in brush and brown watercolor: "Antoine Bourdelle" and monogram (star); inscribed, lower right, in pen and brown ink, discolored to purple: "Temps antique / centaure avec un genie 2e étude / a.L. Beneditte / Antoine Bourdelle, bien cordialement"
40.4 × 51.3 cm (15 15/16 × 20 1/4 in.)
Gift of Robert Allerton
Extended information about this artwork
Chicago, Arts Club, October 17, 1929-April 2, 1930.
Chicago, Arts Club, May 5-June 21, 1932.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Century of Progress Exhibition,” June 1–November 1, 1933.
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