Jean-François Millet (Gruchy 1814 - 1875 Barbizon): Landscape at Vichy
Pen and brown ink, framing lines in pen and brown ink
218 x 356 mm (8 9/16 x 14 in.)
Situated in pen and brown ink lower right: "Vichy"
Provenance: Unidentified collection; Jan Krugier, Switzerland
Jean-François Millet went to Vichy every summer between 1866 and 1868. During his stays there, he executed many landscapes in pen and brown ink. The Musée du Louvre owns another Vichy landscape by Millet of the same view and drawn in the same energetic and lively line.