19th-Century Danish School, Portrait Study Of A Bearded Man

19th-Century Danish School, Portrait Study Of A Bearded Man

An evocative late 19th-century drawing depicting an older gentleman with a beard. This exquisite piece captures the man’s character with skill and sensitivity. The work is unsigned but it’s undoubtedly by an academy-trained artist. 

The portrait is housed within a later frame and glazed.

Medium: Pencil on paper
Overall size: 23” x 31” / 58cm x 79cm
Year of creation: c. 1870
Provenance: Denmark
Condition: Paper with a few tears. Frame with some age-related wear.

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