Détails
IMAGE ID
FIT5043525
Titre
Black woman with peonies, c.1870 (w/c, gouache, chalk & graphite on card)
Artiste
Bazille, Jean Frederic (1841-70) / French
Lieu de conservation
Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK
Technique
watercolour, gouache, chalk and graphite on card
Date
c. 1870 AD (C19th AD)
Dimensions
33.5x52.5 cms
Description
This composition relates closely to a painting of the same title in the Musée Fabre, Montpelier. It is likely to have been painted in the first months of 1870, at which time Bazille had engaged 'une négresse superbe' as a model for three paintings which preoccupied him at this time: the Montpellier painting, another composition on the same theme, now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and a painting which he planned to submit to the Salon that year, 'La Toilette', also now in the Musée Fabre. The Montpelier painting has been identified as that which Bazille planned to execute for his sister-in-law, Suzanne.
Crédit Photo
© Fitzwilliam Museum / Bridgeman Images
Mot(s)-clé
/ black / woman / portrait / female / flowers / sketch / study / head and shoulders / headdress / headscarf / race / peonies / black history / Painting / Mzpainting

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