Image from page 126 of "Illustrated catalogue of the valuable paintings and other art property recently contained in the William Schaus Art Galleries, Fifth Avenue, New York" (1912)
Authors: American Art Association
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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inter-spersed with three trees, crowned, respectively, with yellow, green and yellowish-brown foliage. In the middle distance, at the left, the seated figure of a womanin a white hat is seen against a strip of creamy green.Signed and dated at the lower left, E. Damoye, 88. EDOUARD ROSSET-GRANGER FRENCH (1853- ) No. 246— THE JEWEL CASE Height, 18 inches; length, 21 inches A young lady, seen as far as the waist, sits looking down at a pearl necklace, ofwhich she holds the ends with extended hands, as it lies across an open jewelbox. The latter rests upon a table at her right, which also supports an electriclight standard, fitted with a yellow shade. Meanwhile, a rosy glow comes fromthe right and illumines one side of her face and touches here and there thelavender-pink of her teagown, which is embellished with lace at the neckand sleeves.Signed at the lower left, E. Rosset-Grangeh. GABRIEL CORNELIS VON MAX AUSTRIAN (1840- ) No. 247- SUSANNE Height, 19 inches; width, I .>._. inches
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Facing three-quarters to the right are shown thehead and bust of an attractive young woman. Herblack, rather wiry, hair is parted on the crown,whence it waves over the sides of the head andstreams down behind the neck, one of the curls en-croaching upon the right shoulder. The complex-ion is of ivory whiteness, faintly suffused with roseon the cheeks, while the lips are carmine, and theeyes, which gaze at the spectator, are hazel-brown.The shoulders and bust are nude, save for a bit ofyellow-green drapery which the girl holds over herbosom with the left hand. Signed , inches; width, 1 inches The sketch is a record of one of the artistsvisits to the picturesque town of Antibes, onthe Mediterranean const, between Nice andCannes. It is made on a panel of polishedwood, the grain of which is exposed, exceptwhere the figure is painted. The latter repre-se
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