Pencil drawing by Eugene Boudin, representing a woman in crinoline on a beach.
The artist, born in Honfleur in 1824, died in Deauville in 1898, is a precursor of Impressionism.
A painter of seascapes above all, he excelled in this genre, notably with his highly sought-after oil paintings of beaches with many people dressed as they were at the time.
The women in crinolines are often present in his works, and our drawing is a typical representation of this subject that the painter likes.
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