FRANCISCO JOSE DE GOYA Y LUCIENTES

Fuendetodos 1746-1828 Bordeaux

Tambourine Player

Numbered, top right, 88, and inscribed upper center, 17


Drawn with the point of the brush and brown wash, with traces of red chalk

8 ⅛ x 5 ⅝ inches

205 x 141 mm

Provenance

The artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (by 1828), by descent to his son,

Mariano Goya y Goicochea (by 1854)

Fecerico de Madrazo and/or Roman Garretta y Huerta (by c. 1855-60)

Paul Lebas, Paris (probably, his sale: Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 3 April 1877)

Baron de Beurnonville, Paris (his sale: Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 16-19 February 1885, lot 49) where bought by

Emile Louis Dominique Calando, Paris (Lugt 837) (his estate sale: Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 11-12 December, 1899, part of lot 70 [the second of four drawings in the lot, as ‘Le Crieur’], to ‘Auger’ [a buyer’s code name, signifying Calando’s son, Emile Pierre Calando, who bought back most of the Goya drawings from his father’s collection, which were put up for sale for family reasons])

Emile Pierre Calando, Paris, until about 1947, when sold to the dealer Catroux,  acting as agent for

Jacques Dubourg, Paris

Thence by descent


Exhibitions

Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André, Franciso Goya y Lucientes 1746-1828, 1961-62, no. 175


Literature

P. Gassier and J. Wilson, Goya: His Life and Work, London, 1971, p. 295, no. 1504

P. Gassier, The Drawings of Goya: The Complete Albums, London, 1973, p. 493, no. F.88 [349]


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