4 June 2009
A SET OF SIX FRENCH STILL LIFE GOUACHES
BY PAUL LELONG, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Each depicting various domestic and musical implements, in a giltwood frame
8 x 10 in. (20 x 25.5 cm.) (6)
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Paul Lelong (d. 1846) was active in Paris around 1820.
Related sets of gouaches by Lelong were sold Christie's, New York, 31 March 2000, lot 371 and Christie's, New York, 5 February 2008 lot 176.
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