Study of the Head of a Bearded Man Eugène Delacroix

SOLD (via Gallery Hubert DUCHEMIN)

Eugène Delacroix (Charenton-Saint-Maurice, 1798 – Paris, 1863)
Study of the Head of a Bearded Man”
Presence of a wax seal from the posthumous sale of Eugène Delacroix (1864) on the left upright of the stretcher
Presence of a label on the upper left corner brace batten of the stretcher: “169”
Presence of an ink mark from the Haro company on the back of the canvas:
“AU GENIE DES ARTS. / HARO. / Md. de COULEURS et / Restaurateur de Tableaux. / Neveu et Elève de M. REY. / Rue du Colombier, N.° 30 / Faubourg St. Germain. / A PARIS.”
Provenance: Eugène Delacroix sale, Paris, hôtel Drouot, 17-19 February 1864,
Catalogue de la vente qui aura lieu par suite du décès de Eugène Delacroix, (probably) included in lot n° 201 : “Onze études de têtes et portraits [eleven studies of heads and portraits]”.

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