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Heliogravure printed in black ink on laid paper
Gift of Mrs. James E. Scripps
Prints, Drawings & Photographs
Watermark: [crowned heraldic device with fleur de lys]
Inscribed, in plate, lower left: C Daubigny INV
Inscribed, in pencil, bottom left margin: No 349
Inscribed, lower right corner: Repr [illegible]
November 1889, Robert J. Wichenden (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
1909-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
French; after Charles François Daubigny, Le petit parc a moutons, ca. 1847, heliogravure printed in black ink on laid paper. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mrs. James E. Scripps, 09.1S349.
Hans Sebald Beham