France, late XIX century. Sepia (grissaille) pencil, chalk. Figure in the frame. Size in the frame or 43.6*35.5 cm, no frames 29*22.5 cm State of preservation is good. Additional photos on request. Gustave Jean Jaquet (FR. Gustave Jean Jacquet; 25 may 1846 — July 12, 1909) was a French painter, a pupil of Bugera.
was First exhibited at the Paris salon in 1866 with allegorical paintings «Shyness" and «Sorrow"; but soon after moved to portraits genres that have made him a reputed the best masters. Vitality, expressiveness, fresh and finely developed flavor are the main qualities of his works, among which should be noted: «German landsknechts, soldiers and mercenaries in the sixteenth century" (1868), «a Young girl with sword", «a Big festival in Touraine about 1565", «Mysterious workshop" (1874), «Reverie" (1876), «Joan of Arc prays for France" (1878), «First coming" (1879) and others.
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The state of preservation is good. Additional photos on request.
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