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Shepherdesses and Young Man Playing Bagpipe

A work made of charcoal with brush and gray wash, touches of yellow and blue and pink wash, and traces of pen and black ink, over graphite, on cream laid paper hinged on gray wove paper.
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  • A work made of charcoal with brush and gray wash, touches of yellow and blue and pink wash, and traces of pen and black ink, over graphite, on cream laid paper hinged on gray wove paper.

Date:

n.d.

Artist:

After François Boucher
French, 1703-1770

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Artist

François Boucher

Title

Shepherdesses and Young Man Playing Bagpipe

Origin

England

Date

Artist's working dates 1723–1779

Medium

Charcoal with brush and gray wash, touches of yellow and blue and pink wash, and traces of pen and black ink, over graphite, on cream laid paper hinged on gray wove paper

Dimensions

229 × 308 mm

Credit Line

The Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection

Reference Number

1922.133

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