FREDERICK TREVELYAN GOODALL (LONDON 1848-1871)
FREDERICK TREVELYAN GOODALL (LONDON 1848-1871)
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FREDERICK TREVELYAN GOODALL (LONDON 1848-1871)

A nude study of a standing young man holding a head

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FREDERICK TREVELYAN GOODALL (LONDON 1848-1871)
A nude study of a standing young man holding a head
black chalk and red colored crayon, on wove paper
28 1⁄2 x 20 in. (72.4 x 50.8 cm)
Provenance
with Shepherd Gallery, New York (Füssli Through Tiffany. 19th and Early 20th Century Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, 1987, no. 24, ill., as attributed to Herbert James Draper; The Julian Academy, Paris, 1868-1939, 1989, no. 26, ill., as Herbert James Draper).

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Lot Essay

Formerly attributed to Herbert James Draper and Charles West Cope and William Mulready, this drawing has been identified as a study for the figure of David in Frederick Trevelyan Goodall’s painting David and Goliath, sold at Sotheby’s Belgravia, London, 6 January 1976, lot 188a.

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