A bearded man
“Study of a bearded man (self-portrait?)” Pencil drawing enhanced with white stone on beige paper, 45 X 30 cm at sight, signed with the stamp of the signature circa 1853, framed by ‘a stained Marie-Louise 65 X 50 cm.
This drawing, which shows us a man dressed in the oriental style, in slippers, turban and drapery, presents European features that make me think of a self-portrait. An indefatigable traveler, Achille Fouquier brought back sketches, anecdotes and observations from his many trips, collected in several books that were published. Whether from the Basque Country (he was mayor of Saint-Jean-de-Luz), Italy, Greece, the Balkans or the Middle East, his drawings taken from life are testimony to the history of these regions Do not hesitate to ask us for photos or additional information by email or phone.
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Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor, diameter 26 cm, mounted in its original gilded frame, a little broken, diameter 31 cm. If Redouté was
Bouquet of various anemones
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor 10 X 14 cm, mounted in its original frame, a little damaged with the gilding 11 X 15 cm, inscriptions
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René Martin 1891 – 1977 Pastel 65 X 50 cm, mounted in a “package” by spinners in its molded and patinated wooden frame 72 X 57 cm. The
A bearded man
Achille Fouquier 1817-1895? “Study of a bearded man (self-portrait?)” Pencil drawing enhanced with white stone on beige paper, 45 X 30 cm at
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Elie Clavel Pastel on paper 61 X 50 cm signed and dated 1928, mounted in a period frame with green and gold inverted slope 78 X 61 cm. A poem and
André Beaudin 1895-1979 Colored pencils 20 X 26 cm, signed with the stamp of the workshop and dated November 23, 1949, mounted by a bevelled