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Lot 360: STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.  FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.

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December 13, 2016

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  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
  • STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.    FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.
   
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Description: STANISLAS VICTOR EDOUARD LEPINE (French, 1835-1892). 'L'Africaine', after Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828). Oil on canvas, laid to panel (with supporting cradle). With label fragment verso. Signed lower right. 19 X 13.5cm. In a fine 19th century gilt frame, with slip and nameplate.  FOOTNOTES: The original watercolour and gouache work by Bonington is dated to 1827 and titled “An Indian Maid” [No. 371 in the catalogue Raisonne by Patrick Noon]. In 1829 the work was engraved by Sangster for the ‘Bijou’ (4th Oct Ed.), and given the title “African Daughter”. Despite his very early death at the age of 26, the work of Bonington, especially to the French School, was championed by his friends Eugene Delacroix, and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. This version by Lepine most closely resembles the engraved version after which it takes the title shown and most likely dates to circa 1860/70. “An Indian Maid’, by Richard Parkes Bonington, is part of the collection of The Louvre, Paris.

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