This print shows a pen and black ink, red wash and touches of grey wash over graphite of The farmer, his son and the donkey, by Claude Gillot (1673-1722).
This image is from a pen and ink drawing depicting a scene from 'Le Meunier, Son Fils et L'Ane' (The Miller, His Son, and the Donkey) a 17th century French fable by Jean de La Fontaine. The drawing, believed to be a preparatory study features a red and grey wash over graphite. Dating to the early 18th century, the drawing is attributed to the French painter and draughtsman Claude Gillot (1673-1722).
Image Reference Number - CD105
This is one of a number of images from The Box, Plymouth collection.
The images range from oils, photographs, watercolours, and pottery and are printed to order on 250gsm Image Impact paper with delivery direct to your door.
Please note that the original artworks vary in size and will not be cropped or distorted and as such the image may have a border.