2 - 3 December 2003
This lot is offered without a reserve
GERARD VIDAL (1742-1801), AFTER ALEXANDRE MOITTE (1750-1828)
Le Jaloux Endormi
engraving, circa 1770, on laid paper; and JEAN BAPTISTE BLAISE SIMONET (1742-1813), AFTER PIERRE ANTOINE BAUDOUIN, La Soireé Thuileries-- engraving, circa 1770, on laid paper; and PIERRE ADRIEN LE BEAU (ACTIVE 18TH CENTURY), AFTER CHARLES EISEN (1720-1778), La Vertu Sous la Garde de la Fidelite-- engraving, 1772, on laid paper-- all presumably with margins, minor surface soiling, scattered foxing to varying degrees, La Soireé Thuileries with heavier staining and foxing showing mostly in the margins, La Vertu Sous la Garde de la Fidelite with a moisture stain at the lower left margin corner extending slightly into the image, otherwise all apparently in good condition, in pale green and white French mats with wash lines and variously designed gilt frames, not examined out of the frames
all P. approx. 15½ x 11½ in. (393 x 292 mm.)
all S. approx. 20 x 15½ in. (507 x 393 mm.) (3)
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