Paul Larsson Palm, (Swedish 1876-1899), Self-portrait, c.1897.
Paul Larsson Palm, (Swedish 1876-1899), Self-portrait, c.1897.

Oil on canvas, 50cm x 33cm, framed. Palm belonged to a circle of painters, the most famous of which was Eugene Jansson. The work is heavily influenced by late 19th century French art.

£5700.00

Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Academic Study, c.1895-97.
Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Academic Study, c.1895-97.

Charcoal on paper, 84cm x 62cm, framed. Executed whilst John was studying at the Slade Art School. This academic study was previously owned by the art critic Brian Sewell.

£2000.00

Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Classical Figure Studies, c.1895-97.
Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Classical Figure Studies, c.1895-97.

Pen and brown ink on paper, inscribed on the mount 'Augustus John: gift from Dorelia', 20cm x 31cm, unframed. This study was previously in the collection of art critic Brian Sewell and was a gift to him from Dorelia McNeill, model for both Gwen and Augustus John, and the latter's common law wife.

£650.00

Charles Ransonette, (French 1793-1877), Adam après le Péché, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.
Charles Ransonette, (French 1793-1877), Adam après le Péché, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.

Gravure print on paper, 33cm x 24cm, unframed. Ransonnette was a French engraver. This print, after Jean-Jacques Flatters (1793-1877), was produced as an illustration to a French translation of Milton's Paradise Lost.

£150.00

Audibrand, (French), Les Forges de L'Enfer, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.
Audibrand, (French), Les Forges de L'Enfer, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.

Gravure print on paper, 33cm x 24cm, unframed. Audibrand was a French engraver. This print, after Jean-Jacques Flatters (1793-1877), was produced as an illustration to a French translation of Milton's Paradise Lost.

£150.00

Joseph Henri Cond'amin, (French 1847-1917), Male Figure, 1877.
Joseph Henri Cond'amin, (French 1847-1917), Male Figure, 1877.

Watercolour, signed, dated and insribed 'La Villa Medici' Rome, in pencil (lower right), 38cm x 29cm (55cm x 44cm framed). Cond'amin exhibited in the Paris Salon, from 1874 onwards.

£950.00

Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study, 19th Century.
Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study, 19th Century.

Pen and ink on paper, 36cm x 22cm, unframed. Lalaisse was a French painter in the academic style, and illustrator, who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon.

£550.00

Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study with Staff, 19th Century.
Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study with Staff, 19th Century.

Pen, ink and pencil on paper, 36cm x 23cm, unframed. Lalaisse was a French painter in the academic style, and illustrator, who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon.

£450.00

L Besançon, (French), Jeune Garçon à l'epée, late 19th Century.
L Besançon, (French), Jeune Garçon à l'epée, late 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 81.5cm x 59.6cm, framed. Little is known about this French artist, but the painting was formerly in the private collection of Sir Noël Coward (1899-1973).

£5500.00

Paul Borel, (French 1828-1913), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Paul Borel, (French 1828-1913), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, signed 'P Borel' (centre), 36cm x 30cm (52cm x 45cm framed). The French portrait painter and engraver was a specialist in history painting and religious subjects. There is a Paul-Borel street in Lyon and Paris.

£450.00

Jean-Baptiste Frénet, (French 1814-1889), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Jean-Baptiste Frénet, (French 1814-1889), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper,  signed 'JP Frenet' (lower left), 46cm x 32cm, (62cm x 47cm framed). Frénet was a French painter, sculptor, photographer and politician based in Lyon. In 1835 he moved to Paris to train in the studio of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.

£450.00

Gustave Surand, (French 1860-1937), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Gustave Surand, (French 1860-1937), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black crayon and white chalk on blue paper, 43cm x 29cm, unframed. Surand was a French artist who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon. His work remains in public collections, including at LACMA in California.

£475.00

Jean-Émile Buland, (French 1857-1938), Academic Study, 1880.
Jean-Émile Buland, (French 1857-1938), Academic Study, 1880.

Gravure print, titled 'Grand Prix de Gravure en Taille-Douche 1880, reporte Jean-Emile Buland né a Paris le 25 Octobré 1875', 43cm x 31cm, unframed. He entered the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Alexandre Cabanel. In 1880, he won the prix de Rome for engraving with this picutre.

£300.00

(Attributed to) Achille Louis Martinet, (French 1806-1877), Academic Study, 19th Century.
(Attributed to) Achille Louis Martinet, (French 1806-1877), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Gravure print, 41cm x 32cm, unframed. Martinet was a highly accomplished printmaker who produced engravings after Raphael, Murillo and contemporary artists.

£250.00

Gabriel Pascal Quidor, (1875-1928), Academic Study, 1900.
Gabriel Pascal Quidor, (1875-1928), Academic Study, 1900.

Gravure print, titled 'Grand Prix de Gravure en Taille-Douche 1900, reporte Gabriel-Pascal-Quidor né a Paris le 1er Juillet 1875', 43cm x 33cm, unframed. Quidor won the Prix de Rome for engraving for this print in 1900.

£300.00

French School, Academic Study, c.1880.
French School, Academic Study, c.1880.

Gravure print, 33cm x 18cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the late 19th century.

£300.00

French School, Academic Study, c.1900.
French School, Academic Study, c.1900.

Gravure print, 40cm x 30cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the late 19th century.

£300.00

Tourny, (French), Academic Study, c.1850.
Tourny, (French), Academic Study, c.1850.

Gravure print, titled '1er Grand Prix au conceours de 1846 par M. Tourny, Eléve de M M Achille, Martinet & Mulard' 45cm x 34cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the mid 19th century.

£300.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

£100.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Louis Henri de Rudder, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Louis Henri de Rudder, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Louis Henri de Rudder (1807-1881).

£100.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

£100.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red Chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were the basic building blocks of academic art in France and Italy from 16th to 20th century.

£500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red Chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th century onwards. Painting was not taught at the École des Beaux-Arts, the centre of artistic training in Paris, until 1863.

£500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 62cm x 48cm, (78cm x 55cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France. Drawings were either made from life, or after plaster casts of antique sculpture, as here. This is a study of the central figure in the Laocoon.  

£500.00

French School, Academic Study of Apollo Belvedere, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study of Apollo Belvedere, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, unframed. Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France. Drawings were either made from life, or after plaster casts of antique sculpture, as here. This composition is a study of the Apollo Belvedere.

£350.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

£350.00

Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Ink on paper, studio stamp (verso), and inscribed 'Bene sauf les pâtes' in ink (bottom left), 30cm x 23cm, (40cm x 35cm framed). The study is evocative of Hippolyte Flandrin's work, Jeune Homme nu assis au bord de la mer 1837, and Polytès, Son of Priam, Observing the Movements of the Greeks, 1833-34.

SOLD

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw, as here, a posed live model.

£350.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

SOLD

 Continental School, Portrait of a Man in a Red Jacket, 19th Century.
Continental School, Portrait of a Man in a Red Jacket, 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 76.2cm x 62.23cm, half-length portrait, framed.

SOLD

Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Latchoumana, c.1835.
Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Latchoumana, c.1835.

Lithograph, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. This lithograph is from a collection of notable Hindus produced by Burnouf, who was considered one of the greatest French orientalists and the father of modern Buddhist studies in the West.

£150.00

Charles Louis Muller, (French 1815-1892), Academic Study after Michelangelo, 19th Century.
Charles Louis Muller, (French 1815-1892), Academic Study after Michelangelo, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 36cm x 24cm, (unframed). This is drawing is after Michelangelo's sculpture 'Dying Slave', in the Louvre Collection, Paris.

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Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Vardapa, c.1835.
Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Vardapa, c.1835.

lithograph, 43cm x 30cm, (unframed).

SOLD

Paul Larsson Palm, (Swedish 1876-1899), Self-portrait, c.1897.
Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Academic Study, c.1895-97.
Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Classical Figure Studies, c.1895-97.
Charles Ransonette, (French 1793-1877), Adam après le Péché, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.
Audibrand, (French), Les Forges de L'Enfer, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.
Joseph Henri Cond'amin, (French 1847-1917), Male Figure, 1877.
Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study, 19th Century.
Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study with Staff, 19th Century.
L Besançon, (French), Jeune Garçon à l'epée, late 19th Century.
Paul Borel, (French 1828-1913), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Jean-Baptiste Frénet, (French 1814-1889), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Gustave Surand, (French 1860-1937), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Jean-Émile Buland, (French 1857-1938), Academic Study, 1880.
(Attributed to) Achille Louis Martinet, (French 1806-1877), Academic Study, 19th Century.
Gabriel Pascal Quidor, (1875-1928), Academic Study, 1900.
French School, Academic Study, c.1880.
French School, Academic Study, c.1900.
Tourny, (French), Academic Study, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Louis Henri de Rudder, c.1850.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study of Apollo Belvedere, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Academic Study, 19th Century.
French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.
Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.
 Continental School, Portrait of a Man in a Red Jacket, 19th Century.
Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Latchoumana, c.1835.
Charles Louis Muller, (French 1815-1892), Academic Study after Michelangelo, 19th Century.
Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Vardapa, c.1835.
Paul Larsson Palm, (Swedish 1876-1899), Self-portrait, c.1897.

Oil on canvas, 50cm x 33cm, framed. Palm belonged to a circle of painters, the most famous of which was Eugene Jansson. The work is heavily influenced by late 19th century French art.

£5700.00

Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Academic Study, c.1895-97.

Charcoal on paper, 84cm x 62cm, framed. Executed whilst John was studying at the Slade Art School. This academic study was previously owned by the art critic Brian Sewell.

£2000.00

Augustus Edwin John, O.M., R.A., (British 1878-1961), Classical Figure Studies, c.1895-97.

Pen and brown ink on paper, inscribed on the mount 'Augustus John: gift from Dorelia', 20cm x 31cm, unframed. This study was previously in the collection of art critic Brian Sewell and was a gift to him from Dorelia McNeill, model for both Gwen and Augustus John, and the latter's common law wife.

£650.00

Charles Ransonette, (French 1793-1877), Adam après le Péché, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.

Gravure print on paper, 33cm x 24cm, unframed. Ransonnette was a French engraver. This print, after Jean-Jacques Flatters (1793-1877), was produced as an illustration to a French translation of Milton's Paradise Lost.

£150.00

Audibrand, (French), Les Forges de L'Enfer, after Jean-Jacques Flatters, 1863.

Gravure print on paper, 33cm x 24cm, unframed. Audibrand was a French engraver. This print, after Jean-Jacques Flatters (1793-1877), was produced as an illustration to a French translation of Milton's Paradise Lost.

£150.00

Joseph Henri Cond'amin, (French 1847-1917), Male Figure, 1877.

Watercolour, signed, dated and insribed 'La Villa Medici' Rome, in pencil (lower right), 38cm x 29cm (55cm x 44cm framed). Cond'amin exhibited in the Paris Salon, from 1874 onwards.

£950.00

Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study, 19th Century.

Pen and ink on paper, 36cm x 22cm, unframed. Lalaisse was a French painter in the academic style, and illustrator, who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon.

£550.00

Hippolyte Lalaisse, (French 1812-1884), Male Academic Study with Staff, 19th Century.

Pen, ink and pencil on paper, 36cm x 23cm, unframed. Lalaisse was a French painter in the academic style, and illustrator, who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon.

£450.00

L Besançon, (French), Jeune Garçon à l'epée, late 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 81.5cm x 59.6cm, framed. Little is known about this French artist, but the painting was formerly in the private collection of Sir Noël Coward (1899-1973).

£5500.00

Paul Borel, (French 1828-1913), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, signed 'P Borel' (centre), 36cm x 30cm (52cm x 45cm framed). The French portrait painter and engraver was a specialist in history painting and religious subjects. There is a Paul-Borel street in Lyon and Paris.

£450.00

Jean-Baptiste Frénet, (French 1814-1889), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper,  signed 'JP Frenet' (lower left), 46cm x 32cm, (62cm x 47cm framed). Frénet was a French painter, sculptor, photographer and politician based in Lyon. In 1835 he moved to Paris to train in the studio of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.

£450.00

Gustave Surand, (French 1860-1937), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black crayon and white chalk on blue paper, 43cm x 29cm, unframed. Surand was a French artist who regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon. His work remains in public collections, including at LACMA in California.

£475.00

Jean-Émile Buland, (French 1857-1938), Academic Study, 1880.

Gravure print, titled 'Grand Prix de Gravure en Taille-Douche 1880, reporte Jean-Emile Buland né a Paris le 25 Octobré 1875', 43cm x 31cm, unframed. He entered the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Alexandre Cabanel. In 1880, he won the prix de Rome for engraving with this picutre.

£300.00

(Attributed to) Achille Louis Martinet, (French 1806-1877), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Gravure print, 41cm x 32cm, unframed. Martinet was a highly accomplished printmaker who produced engravings after Raphael, Murillo and contemporary artists.

£250.00

Gabriel Pascal Quidor, (1875-1928), Academic Study, 1900.

Gravure print, titled 'Grand Prix de Gravure en Taille-Douche 1900, reporte Gabriel-Pascal-Quidor né a Paris le 1er Juillet 1875', 43cm x 33cm, unframed. Quidor won the Prix de Rome for engraving for this print in 1900.

£300.00

French School, Academic Study, c.1880.

Gravure print, 33cm x 18cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the late 19th century.

£300.00

French School, Academic Study, c.1900.

Gravure print, 40cm x 30cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the late 19th century.

£300.00

Tourny, (French), Academic Study, c.1850.

Gravure print, titled '1er Grand Prix au conceours de 1846 par M. Tourny, Eléve de M M Achille, Martinet & Mulard' 45cm x 34cm, unframed. A French print in the Academic style from the mid 19th century.

£300.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

£100.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Louis Henri de Rudder, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Louis Henri de Rudder (1807-1881).

£100.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

£100.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red Chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were the basic building blocks of academic art in France and Italy from 16th to 20th century.

£500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red Chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, (73cm x 52cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th century onwards. Painting was not taught at the École des Beaux-Arts, the centre of artistic training in Paris, until 1863.

£500.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 62cm x 48cm, (78cm x 55cm framed). Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France. Drawings were either made from life, or after plaster casts of antique sculpture, as here. This is a study of the central figure in the Laocoon.  

£500.00

French School, Academic Study of Apollo Belvedere, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 60cm x 48cm, unframed. Drawings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France. Drawings were either made from life, or after plaster casts of antique sculpture, as here. This composition is a study of the Apollo Belvedere.

£350.00

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Black chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw a posed live model.

£350.00

Alexis Douillard, (French 1835-1905), Academic Study, 19th Century.

Ink on paper, studio stamp (verso), and inscribed 'Bene sauf les pâtes' in ink (bottom left), 30cm x 23cm, (40cm x 35cm framed). The study is evocative of Hippolyte Flandrin's work, Jeune Homme nu assis au bord de la mer 1837, and Polytès, Son of Priam, Observing the Movements of the Greeks, 1833-34.

SOLD

French School, Academic Study, 19th Century.

Red chalk on paper, 58cm x 45cm, unframed. Drawings and paintings of the nude, called "académies", were central to academic art training in France from the 16th Century onwards. Only after acquiring enough skill were artists permitted to draw, as here, a posed live model.

£350.00

Bernard Romain Julien, (French 1802-1871), Cours de Dessin after Léon Cogniet, c.1850.

Lithograph on paper, 36cm x 50cm, unframed. Julian was a French printmaker, lithographer, painter and draughtsman, who is best remembered for producing his 'Cours de Dessin' or drawing courses, which illustrated by the use of his lithographs after contemporary artist, as here, after Léon Cogniet (1794-1880).

SOLD

Continental School, Portrait of a Man in a Red Jacket, 19th Century.

Oil on canvas, 76.2cm x 62.23cm, half-length portrait, framed.

SOLD

Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Latchoumana, c.1835.

Lithograph, 42cm x 29cm, unframed. This lithograph is from a collection of notable Hindus produced by Burnouf, who was considered one of the greatest French orientalists and the father of modern Buddhist studies in the West.

£150.00

Charles Louis Muller, (French 1815-1892), Academic Study after Michelangelo, 19th Century.

Pencil on paper, 36cm x 24cm, (unframed). This is drawing is after Michelangelo's sculpture 'Dying Slave', in the Louvre Collection, Paris.

SOLD

Eugene Burnouf, (French 1801-1852), Portrait of Hindus, Vardapa, c.1835.

lithograph, 43cm x 30cm, (unframed).

SOLD

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