19th-Century Danish School, Portrait Of A Standing Male Nude

19th-Century Danish School, Portrait Of A Standing Male Nude

A fine late 19th-century drawing of a standing male nude. The details are exquisite and we particularly love the glimpse of his moustache. It was probably produced by a student while studying at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

The drawing has an interesting Academy stamp in the top left and an inscription in the top right.

Medium: Charcoal on paper
Overall size: 23” x 31” / 59cm x 78cm
Year of creation: c. 1881
Provenance: Denmark
Condition: Overall very presentable. The unusual area in the top right is designed to reveal a label.

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