Graphite on cream wove paper, laid down on ivory laid paper, and stretched on a wooden stretcher
Signed lower left: "Ingres à Monsieur Tardieu"
24.2 × 18.6 cm (9 9/16 × 7 3/8 in.)
David Adler Memorial Fund
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Galichon, “Artistes Contemporains: Pierre-Alexandre Tarbieu,” Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 14 (March 1863), p. 218.
Henri Delaborde, Ingres: Sa Vie, ses Travaux, sa Doctrine (Paris, 1870), no. 417.
Charles Blanc, Ingres, Sa Vie et Ses Ouvrages (Paris, 1870), pp. 54-55.
William McCallin McKee, “A Complete Collection of Ingres’s Graphic Work,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago (September 1928), p. 77.
Morton Zabel, “Ingres in America,” Arts, 16 (February 1930), pp. 369-82.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Century of Progress Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture,” 1933, cat. 910.
New York, Paul Rosenberg and Company, “Ingres in American Collections,” 1961, cat. 67.
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “Master Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” October 17-November 30, 1963, n.p., cat. 79.
Palm Beach, Fla., Society of Four Arts, “Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” January 5–27, 1974, cat. 28.
Mme. Henriette-Emile Tardieu (née Caprini). Mrs. Charles Netcher, Chicago, by 1933 [Chicago 1933]. Mrs. Joseph Bushkin, Chicago, by 1950 [as per letter by Helmut Ripperger of Knoedler and Company, to Hans Neaf in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1950.
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