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Les Hazards Heureux De L’escarpolette(s) (4th State) by Nicolas De Launay

Les Hazards Heureux De L’escarpolette(s) (4th State)
by Nicolas De Launay

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Etching Print

1782

Edition Size: 4th State (of 7)

Sheet Size: 54.9 x 43.3 cm

Reference: Inventaire 18e siècle 12: 528-9 no. 328

Unsigned

Condition: Pristine

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Les Hazards Heureux de l’Escarpolette(s) (4th State), 1782
Lucky Chances of the Swing

Etching after Jean-Honoré Fragonard (Grasse 1732 – 1806 Paris)
549 x 433 mm.; 21 5/8 x 17 inches

References:
Inventaire 18e siècle 12: 528-9 no. 328
Lawrence & Dighton, 1910: 85-IV/VII
Regency to Empire, 1984-1985: no. 88, pp. 254-255

Notes:
A rare, early fourth state impression of this work, after the painting at the Wallace Collection in London, with the word “Escarpolette” still misspelled as “Escarpolettes”. This impression is a fourth state of seven states (see: H. W. Lawrence & B. L. Dighton French Line Engravings of the Late XVIII Century, London, Lawrence and Jellicoe Ltd., 1910).

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