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The pleasures of the dance; caricatures of a man and woman dancing in the open, two musicians at left and a man looking on at r Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash, over black chalk
- Height: 149 millimetres
- Width: 266 millimetres
Inscription ContentInscribed: 'Les plaisirs de la dance" and "Sorbicini fecit."
Drawn on the reverse of a letter addressed to a cardinal. Watermark: a device.
Italian Roy XVIIc
18 December 1991
Lift. Remove hinges. Hinge inlay to mount(solid) with Perspex verso. Stamp drawing and mount.
Attached to secondary support with paper hinges.
Hinge paper and adhesive debris removed by applying a poultice of Cellofas B3500 (sodium carboxymethyl cellulose) and scraping wuith a scalpel.
This item has an uncertain or incomplete provenance for the years 1933-45.
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Object reference number: PDO9332
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