Brush and brown wash, heightened with white, over red chalk
5 7/8 x 7 3/8 in. (14.9 x 18.7 cm)
The Port Royal Foundation, Inc. Gift 1984
Not on view
Signature: Pen and brown ink, lower left: Bourdon
Collection of Earls Spencer Spencer sale, London, T. Philipe, June 10-17, 1811, no. 98, "A classical landscape, in the great style of Nicolo Poussin - red chalk, bistre, and Indian ink, heightened." Lugt 1531; Archibald George Blomefield Russel (British, 1879–1955); Seventh and Eighth Earl of Spencer (British, 20th century)(According to the dealer R. Day, who purchased the drawing from the 8th Earl Spencer); Richard Day (London)
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Artist: Sébastien Bourdon (French, Montpellier 1616–1671 Paris)Date: mid-17th centuryMedium: Black chalk, heightened with white, on brown paper, framing lines in pen and black ink.Accession: 61.166.1On view in:Not on view