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Attributed to Jacques Philippe Caresme (French, 1734 – 1796), pen and ink wash with gouache on laid paper, depicting a satyr with two putti at his feet and a large chalice in his hand, with the faint outline of another figure in the background. Sheet has been cut into a circular shape and mounted to a mat with hand painted and gilded surround, inscribed J.P. Caresme with artist's life dates beneath the image. Giltwood frame. Sheet – approximately 10 5/8" diameter. Frame – 20"H x 17 3/4". A note en verso states this work was purchased in Paris at a church bazaar of St. Thomas d'Acquin.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of F. Hamilton Hazlehurst, longtime chair of the Vanderbilt University Art Department.
CONDITION: Significant toning, probably due to being adhered to an acidic support. Not examined out of frame. 6" area of loss to gilding on frame.