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Mazeppa 1823

Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault

* 1791 in Rouen † 1824 in Paris

Crayon lithograph on chine-collé. Size of sheet: 42.1 x 57.3 cm.

Literature: Delteil 94, II/III. 

                 École nationale supériore des Beaux-Arts, 1997-1998, E.89.

Collaborative work by Gericault and Eugene Lami (1800 - Paris - 1890).

Printed by Villain.

Part of the series of six lithographs Oeuvres de Lord Byron, published in 1823. Four lithographs - all displayed in our exhibition - were the result of the collaboration between Gericault and Lami, the other two were by Lami only.

Gericault was the first French artist to use themes from Byron. All of Gericault's Byronic works are based on themes of exile and tragic love. 

£ 600.-


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