Claude Ferdinand Gaillard (1834-1887) - Man in profile - 19th century


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"Claude Ferdinand Gaillard (1834-1887) - Man in profile - 19th century"
Man in profile
Claude Ferdinand Gaillard (1834-1887)
Ink on paper
Signed lower right

Painter and engraver Claude Ferdinand Gaillard was born in Paris in 1834. It is assumed that his early studies were with Hopwood and Lecouturier. However, his primary instructor was Cogniet, with whom he began engraving in 1850, the same year he entered the École des Beaux-Arts. Gaillard was decorated in 1876, became officer of the Légion d'honneur in 1886, and President of the Société des Graveurs au Burin in 1886. Just before his death, the government ordered him to make engravings of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous works. He died in Paris in 1887. Contact for more information.

Museum Holdings:

Art Institute of Chicago
Davison Art Center
National Gallery of Art
The MET
Price : $550
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition : Excellent condition

Material : Paper
Length: 13 cm
Width : 15 cm

Reference : 296
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