CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait
CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait
CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait
CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait
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CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait

Estimate: 300 - 500 GBP

CHARLES GRIGNION | An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait

Estimate: 300 - 500 GBP

Lot Sold:750GBP

Lot Details

Description

CHARLES GRIGNION

London bap. 1721 - 1810

An artist at work, possibly a self-portrait


Black chalk and stump over pencil

229 by 196 mm (drawing)

367 by 322 mm (mount)


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Condition Report

The work is well presented and preserved. The sheet is not laid down - there are number of very minor blemishes, visible on close inspection. The work is sold unframed.


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Saleroom Notice

Please note that all lots in this sale will be kept at New Bond Street for 2 weeks after the sale until the 4th October. All lots after this date will be sent to our fine art storage facility in Greenford Park.

Cataloguing

Provenance

Edward Basil Jupp, F.S.A. (1812-1877);

Thomas William Waller (1878-1947);

Elizabeth Stauffer Moore;

by descent to Elizabeth Richardson Simmons, New York;

her sale, London, Christie's, 12 November 1968, lot 72;

Walter Brandt (1902-1978);

by family descent until the present owner

Literature

T. Murdoch, 'Oxfordshire Dictionary of National Biography', Charles Grignion, on-line edition (as a Self-portrait)

Old Master and British Works on Paper Online
Online bidding closed20 Sep 2019 | 04:30 PM GMT