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Study after Ingres' 'Odalisque à l'ésclave'

Drawing
19th century (drawn)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Drawing. Study after Ingres' 'Odalisque à l'ésclave'.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Pencil drawing on paper
Brief Description
Alphonse Legros, A Sketch of the Odalisque by Ingres. Pencil
Physical Description
Drawing. Study after Ingres' 'Odalisque à l'ésclave'.
Dimensions
  • Height: 11.3cm
  • Width: 17.8cm
Dimensions taken from Lambert, Susan. Drawing: Technique & Purpose. London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 1981.
Style
Object history
Coll. C.A. Ionides; by whom bequeathed to the museum, 1900.



This study is probably after Ingres' 'Odalisque and Slave' (1839-40), now in the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge Mass., USA. That work is related to Ingres' 'Sleeping Odalisque' also from the collection of C.A. Ionides (CAI.57).



Subject depicted
Associated Objects
Bibliographic Reference
Lambert, Susan. Drawing: Technique & Purpose. London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 1981. p.29.
Collection
Accession Number
CAI.1134

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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