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An écorché horse in motion, facing right and with left foreleg flexed. Lithograph by J. Laurens after a bronze sculpture by I. Bonheur, 1860/1870 (?).
- Bonheur, Isidore, 1827-1901.
- [1860/1870 (?)]
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Paris (24 rue Hautefeuille) : H. Peyrol ; Paris (18 rue J.J. Rousseau) : F. Delarue ; London (50 Rathbone Place) : Alexander Shapcott ; London : Goupil et Compie. ; New York (Broadway) : M. Knœdler, [1860/1870 (?)] (Paris (57, r. de Seine) : Imp. Lemercier & Cie.)
1 print : lithograph ; sheet 35.3 x 47.1 cm
Isidore Bonheur sculp. ; J. Laurens lith. ; Paris - F. Delarue, 18 rue J. J. Rousseau ; Imp. Lemercier & Cie., 57 r. de Seine, Paris ; Paris H. Peyrol Editeur, 24 Rue Hautefeuille ; Pl 46 ; Goupil et Compie., Londres, La Haye ; New York, M. Knoedler, Broadway ; Alexander Shapcott, 50, Rathbone Place, London W.
Bonheur (1827-1901) came from a well-know family of painters, sculptors and artists. He became known for his bronzes of animal and equestrian subjects, many of which were cast in the foundry of his brother-in-law, Hippolyte Peyrol
Bears publisher's embossed stamp (H. Peyrol)
Bears number: Pl. 46
Wellcome Library no. 570167i
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