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Title:: Man with His Hands Crossed Year:: 1803
Artist: Boissieu, Jean Jacques de After: Teniers, David
Medium: etching Provenance:
Period: French 19th Century School/Style: Reproductive
Catalogs: LeBlanc 54 ii/ii;
Price: $250.00
Description: Fine impression on chine-applique or wove paper, trimmed on the platemark, which is visible in places; some light foxing visible only verso. The print reproduces a painting, attributed to David Teniers, which was apparently in de Boissieu's own collection. It is half-length portrait of a bearded man with a cape and ornate Dutch white collar, his hands crossed. Pinned to the wall beside him is a sketch of three peasant heads.