Study for "Angelica tied to the rock" by Jules Machard


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Jules Machard

Sampans, 1839 – Bellevue, 1900

Study for “Angelica tied to the rock”

310 x 195 mm – 12 13/16 x 7 11/16 in.

Pen and black ink on paper.

Stamped signature J. Machard (L. 5030) lower right.


This drawing belongs to a set of 85 drawings from the studio of Jules Machard presented by Drawings-online. Read our focus on the artist.


This quick drawing could be a first idea for his painting Angélique attachée au rocher (Angelica tied to the rock) at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Dole (Inv. 78).