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Young Woman at an Easel

Young Woman at an Easel

c. 1890
(French, 1846–1897)
(French, 1849–1883)
Image: 47.4 x 29.7 cm (18 11/16 x 11 11/16 in.)
Catalogue raisonné: Bertin 100
Location: not on view

Did You Know?

In addition to creating prints after Eva Gonzalès’s paintings to share her work more widely after her death, Henri Guérard worked to arrange a major exhibition of her work in 1885.


Although Henri Guérard was best known as a printer for the Impressionists, he was an accomplished original printmaker and experimented avidly with the materials and techniques of etching. This print is one of several that reinterpreted paintings by his wife, Eva Gonzalès, a painter who died at a young age in childbirth. In this print, Guérard etched a portrait that Gonzalès created of her sister, Jeanne, also an artist, working at an easel.
  • ?-1897
    Henri Guerard, by descent to his son, Jean Guerard
    (Jean Guerard, Paris, sold to Candillier, Paris)
    (Candillier, Paris, sold to Eric. G. Carlson, New York)
    (Eric G. Carlson, New York, sold to Armstrong Fine Art, Chicago, IL)
    (Armstrong Fine Art, Chicago, IL, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH)
    Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
  • Bertin, Claudie. Henri Guérard (1846-1897): l’oeuvre gravé. Paris: École du Louvre, 1975. Mentioned: vol. 1, p. 171, no. 100
  • {{cite web|title=Young Woman at an Easel|url=false|author=Henri Charles Guérard, Eva Gonzalès|year=c. 1890|access-date=22 May 2024|publisher=Cleveland Museum of Art}}

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