Michael-Ghislain Stapleaux (Belgian, 1799-1881), after Jacques-Louis David
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Michael-Ghislain Stapleaux (Belgian, 1799-1881), after Jacques-Louis David

Jupiter, transformed into an eagle, seducing Ganymede

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Michael-Ghislain Stapleaux (Belgian, 1799-1881), after Jacques-Louis David
Jupiter, transformed into an eagle, seducing Ganymede
signed and dated 'Mh. Stapleaux 1832' (lower centre)
pencil, watercolour and bodycolour, heightened with gum arabic, unframed
10¼ x 8½ in. (26 x 21.6 cm.)
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Lot Essay

Stapleaux was a pupil and close friend of Jacques-Louis David, collaborating with him in 1822 on Mars disarmed by Venus and The Graces.
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