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Ravenswood and Caleb, Scene from Sir Walter Scott’s The Bride of Lammermoor [Traditionally described as a scene from Hamlet]

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Lost Art-ID478053
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Artist

Delacroix, Eugène

TitleRavenswood and Caleb, Scene from Sir Walter Scott’s The Bride of Lammermoor [Traditionally described as a scene from Hamlet]
Type of objectWatercolour
group of reported objectsGraphic
Generic terms
  • People / figure
  • Single building / details of a building
Measures (ca.)  Height: 34.00 cm  Width: 25.50 cm 
Material / TechniqueWatercolour : paper / painted in watercolour
Descriptionon recto, lower left, red stamp: “E.D” [Lugt 838a or 838?]; lower left, inscribed in pencil: “No. 7105[?]”
on verso, inscribed in pencil, centre right: “Delacroix Hamlet”; lower right: “2” [in a circle]
HoldingSchwabinger Kunstfund
ProvenanceEstate of the artist (?)
Possible sale: Vente Eugène Delacroix, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 17–29 February 1864 (per stamp?)
(…)
(Probably acquired by Hildebrand Gurlitt in France in the 1940s)
By descent to Cornelius Gurlitt, Munich/Salzburg
From 6 May 2014: Estate of Cornelius Gurlitt
entry
published since
28. November 2013
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