HERBERT JAMES DRAPER | Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’
HERBERT JAMES DRAPER | Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’
HERBERT JAMES DRAPER | Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’
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Property of a Gentleman

HERBERT JAMES DRAPER | Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’

Estimate: 4,000 - 6,000 GBP

Property of a Gentleman

HERBERT JAMES DRAPER | Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’

Estimate: 4,000 - 6,000 GBP

Lot Sold:5,000GBP

Lot Details

Description

Property of a Gentleman


HERBERT JAMES DRAPER

1863-1920

Studies for Ceres and Juno in ‘Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities’


black and white chalks on purple paper

50 by 59cm., 19½ by 23¼in.

Condition Report

The sheet is not laid down and undulates slightly along the top edge. There is a horizontal crase to the paper at the left side and another on the right side.


FRAME

The drawing is contained in a black and gilt wooden frame with a clean mount and under glass.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

The studio of the artist and thence to his daughter Miss Yvonne Draper and by further descent

Exhibited

London, Julian Hartnoll Gallery, A Third and Final Exhibition of Drawings by Herbert Draper (1864-1920), autumn 2003, no.14

Literature

Simon Toll, Herbert Draper 1863-1920 – A Life Study, 2003, p. 188 cat.no.HJD.113.ii

Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite and British Impressionist Art
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