London, South Kensington
14 October 1999
Attributed to Trophime Bigot (active 1620-1634)
A man with an album of drawings by candlelight, at a table
oil on canvas
42 x 35in. (108.7 x 90.2cm.)
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B. Nicholson Un Caravaggiste Aixois Le Maitre a la Chandelle, Art de France, 1964, pl.10.
Ibid., Caravaggiam in Europe, Oxford, 1979, l, p.62, no 854, illustrated Vol II as Trophime Bigot, possibly a self-portrait.
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