Alfred Beurdeley, art dealer and collector, b. in Paris, 1847. He presided over the exhibition of Zorn's paintings and etchings at Durand-Ruel's in Paris, in the spring of 1906, and, the same year, presented to the Bibliothèque Nationale his collection of 99 Zorn etchings, among which were many unique states. Beurdeley possesses one of the largest existing private collections of graphic art and original drawings. After a portrait in oils.
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Date from catalogue raisonné.
Dated: 1906 or 1907
Asplund, Karl. “Zorn’s engraved work : a descriptive catalogue.” Vol. II. Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1990, San Francisco.
Title from catalogue raisonné.
Asplund: A. 209
Additional information accompanying item: Impression of the cancelled plate with five lines drawn into the plate over the figure's face and partially over his body.
Additional information from catalogue raisonné: After a portrait in oils.
On plate, high up to left, Zorn. Plate destroyed.
Impression from the cancelled plate.