21 November 2007
ECOLE FRANCAISE, 18EME SIECLE
Une vallée entourée d'habitations, un homme sur un pont, un autre descendant une rivière à la barque, des femmes lavant du linge à un puits
signé et daté 'G.E 1761'
plume et encre noire, lavis gris, les contours incisés, rougi au verso, filigrane avec inscriptions, traits d'encadrement à la plume et encre noire
170 x 280 mm.
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