Canadien painter georges delfosse who died in 1939, pencil lady sitting actually 2 of them on the same painting

Oct 25, 2017. 03:51 UTC
canadien painter Georges Delfosse who died in 1939, pencil lady sitting actually 2 of them on the same painting


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one of a kind pencil drawing from this Canadian painter, with a small plaque engraved with name a year born and died, elegant pencil drawing of a lady sitting in fact 2 drawings on the same painti g


I bought it on an auction very long time ago do not recall which auction house in Montreal over 30 years ago.

Answered within about 17 hours
Oct 25, 21:15 UTC
By Merlyn Haunstrup-Clemmensen

Fair Market Value

$400 - $500 USD

Insurance Value

$900 USD
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Dear Collector,
What a beautiful set of drawings by the famous artist Georges Delfosse. If the price need to be higher, it has to be a painting. These are study drawings made before the real painting and they are not as valuable but very decorative.

Marie-Joseph Georges Delfosse (1869-1939), son of Mélaine Delfausse and Joséphine Mount; painter, portrait painter, muralist, draftsman, pastellist, illustrator and teacher, was born on December 8, 1869 in Saint-Henri de Mascouche, Quebec. He died in Montreal on December 22, 1939.

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