London, South Kensington
5 December 2007
Ferdinand-Victor-Eugène Delacroix (Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798-1863 Paris)
A horseman brandishing a gun, three North African figures and a subsidiary study of the gates of a town
pen and brown ink, brush and grey wash, watermark GML
7 5/8 x 12¼ in. (195 x 313 mm.)
The artist's studio stamp (L. 838a).
With Lefevre Fine Art, London.
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