9 July 2001
Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard, called Grandville (1803-1847)
A caricature of an elegant lady with the head of a wolf
pencil, pen and brown ink, brown wash
160 x 108 mm.; and two designs for medals of Robespierre and Sainte-Juste by David d'Angers, a portrait of the actor Dancourt, a copy after Raphael's Pitti Madonna and a copy after an antique sculpture by a French hand, an autograph letter by Grandville, and a book illustration by an artist in the circle of Moreau le Jeune (5)
The artist's studio stamp (L.1478a).
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