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- Une matinée
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Plate 29: a Bacchanal in a forest clearing, with dancing nymphs and some male figures, tall trees in the background; after Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
Lithograph on grey chine collé
Lithograph, on chine collé
- 1850-1862 (circa)
- Printed in: Paris
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
- Height: 178 millimetres (image size)
- Width: 239 millimetres
Inscription ContentNumbered at top right: '29'; lettered beneath image with artists' names and printer's address: 'Imp. Bertauts, Paris.', and further details: 'Junctae que nymphis gratiae decentes / Alterno terram quatiunt pede. / (Hor: ad sextium. IV lib. I); stamped below publication line with blindstamp of 'Les artistes anciens et modernes'
For another impression of this print, also from 'Les Artistes Anciens et Modernes', see 1936,0302.14.30. For further information on the series, including dating, see Curator's Comment on 1936,0302.14.1.
The print is after the painting of 1850 by Corot known as 'Une matinée' or 'Danse des nymphes', exhibited at the Salon 1850-1851, and now at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris.
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Object reference number: PPA174306
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