4 July 2006
Jean-Louis-André-Théodore Géricault (Rouen 1791-1824 Paris)
A horse in a stable
with number '31.'
black lead, watercolour
5½ x 7½ in. (140 x 189 mm.)
L.-J.-A. Coutan, and to his wife
Madame Coutan, 1830, by descent to her brother-in-law
Ferdinand Hauguet, 1838, by descent to his son
Maurice-Jacques-Albert Hauguet, 1860, by descent to his sister-in-law
Madame Gustave Milliet, née Schubert, 1883 (L. 464).
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