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    • Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) A head and shoulders portrait of a military officer, pastel and chalk, sig
      Dec. 20, 2023

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) A head and shoulders portrait of a military officer, pastel and chalk, sig

      Est: £60 - £80

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) A head and shoulders portrait of a military officer, pastel and chalk, signed and dated 1845, inscribed on label verso 'Maj Gen Dudgeon' 24" x 19.5" (61 x 50cm).

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    • Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime
      Oct. 17, 2023

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime DESCRIPTION oil on canvas size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. After the painting by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D'Apres Prud'hon". Charles Allen Duval, is often spelled duVal or Du Val.

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    • Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime
      Mar. 07, 2023

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime DESCRIPTION oil on canvas size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. After the painting by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D'Apres Prud'hon". Charles Allen Duval, is often spelled duVal or Du Val.

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    • Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime
      Jul. 12, 2022

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime DESCRIPTION oil on canvas size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. After the painting by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D'Apres Prud'hon". Charles Allen Duval, is often spelled duVal or Du Val.

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    • Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime
      Nov. 23, 2021

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime DESCRIPTION oil on canvas size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. After the painting by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D'Apres Prud'hon". Charles Allen Duval, is often spelled duVal or Du Val.

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    • Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime
      Jan. 26, 2021

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Charles Allen Duval (British, 1810 - 1872) - Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime oil on canvas size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. After the painting by Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Signed “C. Duval” and inscribed “D’Apres Prud’hon”. Charles Allen Duval, is often spelled duVal or Du Val.

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    • Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval
      Jul. 02, 2020

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872) "Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime" signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D' Apres Prud'hon". Size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. Framed. Artist Description: Charles Allen Duval, often spelled duVal or Du Val, (19 March 1810 – 14 June 1872), was a well-known Victorian portrait painter, photographer, literary critic, illustrator and writer. He played a large role within the city of Manchester's thriving art scene, including the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Manchester City Art Gallery and the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857: a scene which was underpinned by Manchester's industrial entrepreneurs and politicians who all flocked to his studio to have their portraits painted. Duval was born in Beaumaris, Anglesey on 19 March 1810. His parents were Edward Octavius Caesar Wall duVal and Sarah Eskildson After some time at sea he started his artistic career in Liverpool. He married Elizabeth Renney in both Liverpool 1833 and Manchester 1834. They had nine children, two of whom; Edward and Gerald, became artists. Gerald's daughter Bessie Du Val also painted and illustrated books. His eldest son, Charles became a photographer and partner in his father's business, Messrs. C. A. Duval & Co., Exchange Street, Manchester. The firm was established in the 1860s and remained in business for forty years. Duval had studios in Liverpool, Manchester and London. In 1831 he sent his work to Liverpool Academy of Arts from the following address: 51 Lime Street, Liverpool and in 1832; 26 Russell Street, Liverpool. He also opened a studio on the Isle of Man where he spent his summers. In 1833 Duval left Liverpool and moved to Manchester where his address was 74 York Street Manchester though he was still listed in the Liverpool Directory in 1841 at the same address as a Sara Duval. In 1842 - 24 Carlton Terrace, Greenheys, Manchester became the family home. He was employed by Messrs. Agnew & Zanetti, Art Dealer (later known as Thomas Agnew & Sons.) In Manchester he founded the Art Academy, a society for holding annual exhibitions with the idea of establishing a permanent public gallery, and was its president for many years. Eventually his idea took permanent form in the rooms of the Royal Manchester Institution. He was one of the first members to be elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1859 and was also one of the first members of the Brasenose Club along with Charles Halle and Edwin Waugh. His colleague Alfred Darbyshire described Duval entering the Brasenose Club in the following way: "That distinguished looking man just entered the room, with the Scotch plaid around him, and in the act of removing his black sombrero, is C A Duval, the artist and fashionable portrait painter of the period.". Duval was also a member of the Portico Library, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Manchester Athenaeum and for a time he was President of the Manchester Chess Club. The first circular announcing the formation of the Manchester Etching Club contained the signatures of Sir Charles Halle, Alfred Waterhouse, Sir Henry Roscoe, Samuel Pope, Charles J J Hitchman, Edwin Waugh, H F Blair, Sir John Holker, Duval the painter and H M Acton. He exhibited two pictures in the prestigious Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857 (429) 'Forgotten Vows' and (436) 'Recalled to Memory' and a portrait (643) of John L Kennedy in the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester 1887. Duval exhibited for thirty-six years at the Royal Academy, London (1836-1872.) He was painting a family portrait in Alderley Edge when he was suddenly taken ill and he died at Bollin Fee, Nr. Wilmslow Cheshire on 14 June 1872. The Dictionary of National Biography states "His portraits are good likenesses, and have considerable artistic merit particularly his chalk studies of children... All his work was marked by great taste and beauty."

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    • Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval
      Jul. 25, 2019

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872) "Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime" signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D' Apres Prud'hon". Size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. Framed. Artist Description: Charles Allen Duval, often spelled duVal or Du Val, (19 March 1810 – 14 June 1872), was a well-known Victorian portrait painter, photographer, literary critic, illustrator and writer. He played a large role within the city of Manchester's thriving art scene, including the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Manchester City Art Gallery and the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857: a scene which was underpinned by Manchester's industrial entrepreneurs and politicians who all flocked to his studio to have their portraits painted. Duval was born in Beaumaris, Anglesey on 19 March 1810. His parents were Edward Octavius Caesar Wall duVal and Sarah Eskildson After some time at sea he started his artistic career in Liverpool. He married Elizabeth Renney in both Liverpool 1833 and Manchester 1834. They had nine children, two of whom; Edward and Gerald, became artists. Gerald's daughter Bessie Du Val also painted and illustrated books. His eldest son, Charles became a photographer and partner in his father's business, Messrs. C. A. Duval & Co., Exchange Street, Manchester. The firm was established in the 1860s and remained in business for forty years. Duval had studios in Liverpool, Manchester and London. In 1831 he sent his work to Liverpool Academy of Arts from the following address: 51 Lime Street, Liverpool and in 1832; 26 Russell Street, Liverpool. He also opened a studio on the Isle of Man where he spent his summers. In 1833 Duval left Liverpool and moved to Manchester where his address was 74 York Street Manchester though he was still listed in the Liverpool Directory in 1841 at the same address as a Sara Duval. In 1842 - 24 Carlton Terrace, Greenheys, Manchester became the family home. He was employed by Messrs. Agnew & Zanetti, Art Dealer (later known as Thomas Agnew & Sons.) In Manchester he founded the Art Academy, a society for holding annual exhibitions with the idea of establishing a permanent public gallery, and was its president for many years. Eventually his idea took permanent form in the rooms of the Royal Manchester Institution. He was one of the first members to be elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1859 and was also one of the first members of the Brasenose Club along with Charles Halle and Edwin Waugh. His colleague Alfred Darbyshire described Duval entering the Brasenose Club in the following way: "That distinguished looking man just entered the room, with the Scotch plaid around him, and in the act of removing his black sombrero, is C A Duval, the artist and fashionable portrait painter of the period.". Duval was also a member of the Portico Library, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Manchester Athenaeum and for a time he was President of the Manchester Chess Club. The first circular announcing the formation of the Manchester Etching Club contained the signatures of Sir Charles Halle, Alfred Waterhouse, Sir Henry Roscoe, Samuel Pope, Charles J J Hitchman, Edwin Waugh, H F Blair, Sir John Holker, Duval the painter and H M Acton. He exhibited two pictures in the prestigious Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857 (429) 'Forgotten Vows' and (436) 'Recalled to Memory' and a portrait (643) of John L Kennedy in the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester 1887. Duval exhibited for thirty-six years at the Royal Academy, London (1836-1872.) He was painting a family portrait in Alderley Edge when he was suddenly taken ill and he died at Bollin Fee, Nr. Wilmslow Cheshire on 14 June 1872. The Dictionary of National Biography states "His portraits are good likenesses, and have considerable artistic merit particularly his chalk studies of children... All his work was marked by great taste and beauty."

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    • Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)
      Feb. 26, 2019

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872) "Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime" signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D' Apres Prud'hon". Size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. Framed. Artist Description: Charles Allen Duval, often spelled duVal or Du Val, (19 March 1810 – 14 June 1872), was a well-known Victorian portrait painter, photographer, literary critic, illustrator and writer. He played a large role within the city of Manchester's thriving art scene, including the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Manchester City Art Gallery and the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857: a scene which was underpinned by Manchester's industrial entrepreneurs and politicians who all flocked to his studio to have their portraits painted. Duval was born in Beaumaris, Anglesey on 19 March 1810. His parents were Edward Octavius Caesar Wall duVal and Sarah Eskildson After some time at sea he started his artistic career in Liverpool. He married Elizabeth Renney in both Liverpool 1833 and Manchester 1834. They had nine children, two of whom; Edward and Gerald, became artists. Gerald's daughter Bessie Du Val also painted and illustrated books. His eldest son, Charles became a photographer and partner in his father's business, Messrs. C. A. Duval & Co., Exchange Street, Manchester. The firm was established in the 1860s and remained in business for forty years. Duval had studios in Liverpool, Manchester and London. In 1831 he sent his work to Liverpool Academy of Arts from the following address: 51 Lime Street, Liverpool and in 1832; 26 Russell Street, Liverpool. He also opened a studio on the Isle of Man where he spent his summers. In 1833 Duval left Liverpool and moved to Manchester where his address was 74 York Street Manchester though he was still listed in the Liverpool Directory in 1841 at the same address as a Sara Duval. In 1842 - 24 Carlton Terrace, Greenheys, Manchester became the family home. He was employed by Messrs. Agnew & Zanetti, Art Dealer (later known as Thomas Agnew & Sons.) In Manchester he founded the Art Academy, a society for holding annual exhibitions with the idea of establishing a permanent public gallery, and was its president for many years. Eventually his idea took permanent form in the rooms of the Royal Manchester Institution. He was one of the first members to be elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1859 and was also one of the first members of the Brasenose Club along with Charles Halle and Edwin Waugh. His colleague Alfred Darbyshire described Duval entering the Brasenose Club in the following way: "That distinguished looking man just entered the room, with the Scotch plaid around him, and in the act of removing his black sombrero, is C A Duval, the artist and fashionable portrait painter of the period.". Duval was also a member of the Portico Library, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Manchester Athenaeum and for a time he was President of the Manchester Chess Club. The first circular announcing the formation of the Manchester Etching Club contained the signatures of Sir Charles Halle, Alfred Waterhouse, Sir Henry Roscoe, Samuel Pope, Charles J J Hitchman, Edwin Waugh, H F Blair, Sir John Holker, Duval the painter and H M Acton. He exhibited two pictures in the prestigious Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857 (429) 'Forgotten Vows' and (436) 'Recalled to Memory' and a portrait (643) of John L Kennedy in the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester 1887. Duval exhibited for thirty-six years at the Royal Academy, London (1836-1872.) He was painting a family portrait in Alderley Edge when he was suddenly taken ill and he died at Bollin Fee, Nr. Wilmslow Cheshire on 14 June 1872. The Dictionary of National Biography states "His portraits are good likenesses, and have considerable artistic merit particularly his chalk studies of children... All his work was marked by great taste and beauty."

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    • Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)
      Sep. 23, 2018

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872) "Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime" signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D' Apres Prud'hon". Size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. Framed. Artist Description: Charles Allen Duval, often spelled duVal or Du Val, (19 March 1810 – 14 June 1872), was a well-known Victorian portrait painter, photographer, literary critic, illustrator and writer. He played a large role within the city of Manchester's thriving art scene, including the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Manchester City Art Gallery and the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857: a scene which was underpinned by Manchester's industrial entrepreneurs and politicians who all flocked to his studio to have their portraits painted. Duval was born in Beaumaris, Anglesey on 19 March 1810. His parents were Edward Octavius Caesar Wall duVal and Sarah Eskildson After some time at sea he started his artistic career in Liverpool. He married Elizabeth Renney in both Liverpool 1833 and Manchester 1834. They had nine children, two of whom; Edward and Gerald, became artists. Gerald's daughter Bessie Du Val also painted and illustrated books. His eldest son, Charles became a photographer and partner in his father's business, Messrs. C. A. Duval & Co., Exchange Street, Manchester. The firm was established in the 1860s and remained in business for forty years. Duval had studios in Liverpool, Manchester and London. In 1831 he sent his work to Liverpool Academy of Arts from the following address: 51 Lime Street, Liverpool and in 1832; 26 Russell Street, Liverpool. He also opened a studio on the Isle of Man where he spent his summers. In 1833 Duval left Liverpool and moved to Manchester where his address was 74 York Street Manchester though he was still listed in the Liverpool Directory in 1841 at the same address as a Sara Duval. In 1842 - 24 Carlton Terrace, Greenheys, Manchester became the family home. He was employed by Messrs. Agnew & Zanetti, Art Dealer (later known as Thomas Agnew & Sons.) In Manchester he founded the Art Academy, a society for holding annual exhibitions with the idea of establishing a permanent public gallery, and was its president for many years. Eventually his idea took permanent form in the rooms of the Royal Manchester Institution. He was one of the first members to be elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1859 and was also one of the first members of the Brasenose Club along with Charles Halle and Edwin Waugh. His colleague Alfred Darbyshire described Duval entering the Brasenose Club in the following way: "That distinguished looking man just entered the room, with the Scotch plaid around him, and in the act of removing his black sombrero, is C A Duval, the artist and fashionable portrait painter of the period.". Duval was also a member of the Portico Library, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Manchester Athenaeum and for a time he was President of the Manchester Chess Club. The first circular announcing the formation of the Manchester Etching Club contained the signatures of Sir Charles Halle, Alfred Waterhouse, Sir Henry Roscoe, Samuel Pope, Charles J J Hitchman, Edwin Waugh, H F Blair, Sir John Holker, Duval the painter and H M Acton. He exhibited two pictures in the prestigious Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857 (429) 'Forgotten Vows' and (436) 'Recalled to Memory' and a portrait (643) of John L Kennedy in the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester 1887. Duval exhibited for thirty-six years at the Royal Academy, London (1836-1872.) He was painting a family portrait in Alderley Edge when he was suddenly taken ill and he died at Bollin Fee, Nr. Wilmslow Cheshire on 14 June 1872. The Dictionary of National Biography states "His portraits are good likenesses, and have considerable artistic merit particularly his chalk studies of children... All his work was marked by great taste and beauty."

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    • Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)
      Apr. 03, 2018

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872)

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Oil On Canvas Painting by Charles Allen Duval (French 1810 - 1872) "Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing of Crime" signed "C. Duval" and inscribed "D' Apres Prud'hon". Size: 49 3/4 x 63 3/4 in. Framed. Artist Description: Charles Allen Duval, often spelled duVal or Du Val, (19 March 1810 - 14 June 1872), was a well-known Victorian portrait painter, photographer, literary critic, illustrator and writer. He played a large role within the city of Manchester's thriving art scene, including the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, the Manchester City Art Gallery and the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857: a scene which was underpinned by Manchester's industrial entrepreneurs and politicians who all flocked to his studio to have their portraits painted. Duval was born in Beaumaris, Anglesey on 19 March 1810. His parents were Edward Octavius Caesar Wall duVal and Sarah Eskildson After some time at sea he started his artistic career in Liverpool. He married Elizabeth Renney in both Liverpool 1833 and Manchester 1834. They had nine children, two of whom; Edward and Gerald, became artists. Gerald's daughter Bessie Du Val also painted and illustrated books. His eldest son, Charles became a photographer and partner in his father's business, Messrs. C. A. Duval & Co., Exchange Street, Manchester. The firm was established in the 1860s and remained in business for forty years. Duval had studios in Liverpool, Manchester and London. In 1831 he sent his work to Liverpool Academy of Arts from the following address: 51 Lime Street, Liverpool and in 1832; 26 Russell Street, Liverpool. He also opened a studio on the Isle of Man where he spent his summers. In 1833 Duval left Liverpool and moved to Manchester where his address was 74 York Street Manchester though he was still listed in the Liverpool Directory in 1841 at the same address as a Sara Duval. In 1842 - 24 Carlton Terrace, Greenheys, Manchester became the family home. He was employed by Messrs. Agnew & Zanetti, Art Dealer (later known as Thomas Agnew & Sons.) In Manchester he founded the Art Academy, a society for holding annual exhibitions with the idea of establishing a permanent public gallery, and was its president for many years. Eventually his idea took permanent form in the rooms of the Royal Manchester Institution. He was one of the first members to be elected to the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts in 1859 and was also one of the first members of the Brasenose Club along with Charles Halle and Edwin Waugh. His colleague Alfred Darbyshire described Duval entering the Brasenose Club in the following way: "That distinguished looking man just entered the room, with the Scotch plaid around him, and in the act of removing his black sombrero, is C A Duval, the artist and fashionable portrait painter of the period.". Duval was also a member of the Portico Library, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Manchester Athenaeum and for a time he was President of the Manchester Chess Club. The first circular announcing the formation of the Manchester Etching Club contained the signatures of Sir Charles Halle, Alfred Waterhouse, Sir Henry Roscoe, Samuel Pope, Charles J J Hitchman, Edwin Waugh, H F Blair, Sir John Holker, Duval the painter and H M Acton. He exhibited two pictures in the prestigious Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester 1857 (429) 'Forgotten Vows' and (436) 'Recalled to Memory' and a portrait (643) of John L Kennedy in the Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Manchester 1887. Duval exhibited for thirty-six years at the Royal Academy, London (1836-1872.) He was painting a family portrait in Alderley Edge when he was suddenly taken ill and he died at Bollin Fee, Nr. Wilmslow Cheshire on 14 June 1872. The Dictionary of National Biography states "His portraits are good likenesses, and have considerable artistic merit particularly his chalk studies of children... All his work was marked by great taste and beauty."

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    • CHARLES ALLEN DUVAL PASTEL PORTRAIT OF CHILD
      Nov. 17, 2016

      CHARLES ALLEN DUVAL PASTEL PORTRAIT OF CHILD

      Est: $300 - $500

      Charles Allen Duval (French, 1808-1872) Portrait of a child holding apples, pastel on paper, signed lower right C.A. Duval. H:16.25 Width:12.75 (Image size)

      Kamelot Auctions
    • Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872)
      Nov. 06, 2012

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) Martin Luther burning the Papal Bulls oil on panel 12 x 18 in. (30.5 x 45.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CHARLES ALLEN DUVAL (French, 1808-1972). CROWED PARISIAN STREET SCENE, signed lower left. Oil on canvas.
      Jun. 24, 2012

      CHARLES ALLEN DUVAL (French, 1808-1972). CROWED PARISIAN STREET SCENE, signed lower left. Oil on canvas.

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      CHARLES ALLEN DUVAL (French, 1808-1972). CROWED PARISIAN STREET SCENE, signed lower left. Oil on canvas - Framed, 15 in. x 19 in.

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • Charles Allen Duval, 1808 - 1872
      Jun. 19, 2012

      Charles Allen Duval, 1808 - 1872

      Est: €1,500 - €2,500

      ITALIENISCHER BETTLERKNABE MIT SAMMELSCHALE UND KLEINER TROMPETE Öl auf Holz. 18 x 12,5 cm. (861011)

      Hampel Fine Art Auctions
    • Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) Sisters; head and
      Nov. 23, 2010

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) Sisters; head and

      Est: £150 - £250

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872) Sisters; head and shoulders portrait signed and dated 1844 pencil drawing heightened with pastel colours 52 x 37cm.

      Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood
    • Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872)
      Dec. 19, 2006

      Charles Allen Duval (1808-1872)

      Est: £800 - £1,000

      The orange girl signed and dated 'C. A. Duval/1858' (lower right) oil on board 15 3/4 x 13 3/4 in. (40 x 34.8 cm.)

      Christie's
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