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Catalog Number PAP.Wells.1923.134
Title Petites Maraudeuses (Little Thieves)
Artist Annedouche, Joseph Alfred, 1833-after 1902
Artist Bouguereau, William-Adolphe, 1825-1905
Date n.d.
Description View of a young woman dressed in a "peasant" costume helping a young girl, similarly dressed, off of the top of a wall; there is a basket of stolen apples and pears in the left foreground behind the young woman
Object Name Print
Material Ink; Thin Paper
Technique Engraving
Dimensions H-52.1 W-31.8 cm
Credit line Gift of Mrs. William Storrs Wells (Annie Raynor)
Provenance 1923, June - Gift of Mrs. William Storrs Wells (Annie Raynor)
Additional Inscriptions and Marks back, stamped in blue ink: Jun 30 1923 B
Inscription Type Inscription
Inscription Technique Pencil
Inscription Location Back
Inscriptions and Marks unidentified || 2612
Collection Works on Paper - Wells Collection
People Wells, Anna Cole Raynor, 1854-1935
Annedouche, Joseph Alfred, 1833-after 1902
Bouguereau, William-Adolphe, 1825-1905
Notes Included in a portfolio marked "Unidentified Steel Engravings"
Related Publications see British Museum Museum number #1879,0414.621 and 1874,0711.2833
Beraldi, Henri. Les Graveurs Du XIXe Siecle: Guide De L'amateur D'estampes Modernes. Vol. 1. Paris: Librairie L. Conquet, 1885. 55
"Annedouche (Alfred), ne a Paris en 1833, graveur au burin et a la maniere noire, eleve d'Achille Martinet et de Gleyre; execute de grandes estampes pour les editeurs Goupil, Bulla et Delarue (1). || 10. Petites Maraudeuses, d'apres Bouguereau"