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Enfants du Pêcheur: P.272-1991

Object information

Current Location: In storage


Enfants du Pêcheur


Printmaker: Anastasi, Auguste-Paul-Charles
Painter: Isabey, Eugène (After)
Publisher: Bertauts



Legal notes

Bequeathed by Henry Scipio Reitlinger, 1950, transferred from the Reitlinger Trust, 1991

Place(s) associated

  • Paris

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1991) by Reitlinger, Henry Scipio


Production date: AD 1847


From the series Artistes Contemporains, impr. Bertauts

School or Style


People, subjects and objects depicted

Materials used in production

Black carbon ink

Components of the work

Support composed of paper
Image Height 166 mm Width 232 mm
Sheet Height 314 mm Width 446 mm

Techniques used in production


Inscription or legends present

  • Text: E. Isabey. pinx.
  • Location: Lower left
  • Method of creation: Printed
  • Type: Signature
  • Text: Imp. Bertauts
  • Location: Lower centre
  • Method of creation: Printed
  • Type: Signature
  • Text: A. Anastasi lith.
  • Location: Lower right
  • Method of creation: Printed
  • Type: Signature

Inscription present: inscribed in a rectangle

  • Location: Lower centre
  • Method of creation: Embossed
  • Type: Stamp

Identification numbers

Accession number: P.272-1991
Primary reference Number: 18777
Meyer: 10
Béraldi: 1
BN Inventaire (19thC): 1-35 (p.123)
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Audit data

Created: Saturday 6 August 2011 Updated: Thursday 2 March 2023 Last processed: Tuesday 13 June 2023

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Paintings, Drawings and Prints

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