Edmé Jean Pigal

Download image: 
Edmé Jean Pigal
1798-1872
Dites-toujours?
ca. 1822
Watercolor with black chalk on paper.
10 7/16 x 7 7/8 inches (266 x 200 mm)
Bequest of Gordon N. Ray, 1987.
2003.20:1
Inscription: 

Inscribed with a brush in watercolor at foot: Dites toujours.

Provenance: 
From the library of Gordon N. Ray.
Notes: 

Published caption.
Watercolor drawing by Pigal for a lithograph published as no. 38 of a volume of 50 hand colored lithographic plates printed by Langlumé and issued with the title: Recueil de scènes de société. Paris : Martinet & Gihaut, 1822.

Summary: 

Drawing shows two elderly gentlemen standing next to each other; one facing a brick wall, the other leaning against a wooden fence.

Associated names: 

Pigal, Edmé Jean, 1798-1872. Recueil de scènes de société. 38.
Ray, Gordon Norton, 1915-1986, former owner.

Artist page: 
School: 
Century: 
Classification: 
Department: