Hagar in the desert, with angel appearing on the left weak impression of the same plate at the back of the print
Signed with production detail: 'Denon in et s.'.
Mentioned in Denon's catalogue, 1803.
Chu 1988 1
Baron Dominique Vivant Denon ( 1747 - 1825)
Painter, draughtsman, etcher, curator and author. Worked as a diplomat in Naples (1779-85), where he learned how to engrave; travelled through Italy in 1788/89 and settled in Venice from where he was expelled in July 1793, prompting his return to Paris; in 1797/98 with Napoleon on the Egyptian campaign. In these years turned his amateur etchings into a business, and published two catalogues of his work (in 1793 and in 1803). Appointed in 1803 as (first) director of the Louvre, and put in charge of the Gobelins, Sèvres and the Monnaie; for this created a Baron.
Correspondance, (ed. M-A Dupuy and others), 2 vols, Paris 1999
Louvre exhibition catalogue 1999
Daniela Gallo, 'Les vies de Dominique-Vivant Denon: actes du colloque organisé au Musée du Louvre', 2 vols, Paris (la Documentation française) 2001
Chu (in the Illustrated Bartsch)
- Baron Dominique Vivant Denon ( 1747 - 1825 )
- Título de la obra
- Hagar in the desert
- Firmado en plancha
- En buenas condiciones
- Se vende con marco
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 125×140 mm
- Dimensiones totales
- 370×290×1 mm