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Lot No. 237

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Status: .closed-sold.
current bid: $200
hi bidder: ***1658

Jean-FrançOis Millet

French (1814-1875)
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    The Large Shepherdess (La Grande Bergere)

    etching in black ink on thin chine paper with large margins, 1862, with the usual signature in the plate lower left, ,

  • State: The only state.
  • Condition: In very good condition, the impression strong and rich, the full sheet apparently, with delicate hinging at the top and mild toning in the ample margins well away from the image.
  • Plate: 12 5/8 x 9 3/8 in. (32.1 x 23.8 cm)
  • References: Recorded and illustrated in the standard catalog of the authentic original engravings of Millet, by Delteil, No. 18.
  • Framing: Sold unframed
  • Note: Jean-Francois Millet (1814-75) was a French painter and one of the founders of the Barbizon school in rural France. Millet is noted for his scenes of peasant farmers; he can be categorised, along with his near contemporary, Gustave Courbet, as a principal exponent of the Realism art movement.

    This well regarded work was originally intended for publication by the Society for Watercolors, but terms were not acceptable to Millet and thus the work was printed in smaller edition.

    Rarely seen on chine paper.
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* Estimates do not include 25% buyer's premium (see Terms and Conditions). NR means no reserve (minimum bid $50 unless otherwise posted). Estimates in other currencies based on conversion rates of Euro: 0.85 , British Pound 0.73, Swiss Fr 0.92. All conversion values are approximate with the final cost determined in dollars.
workcode: jm-2001f-103