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Date(s)

1840

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

1 drawing / dessin : brown wash and gum arabic over pencil on wove paper
Support: 21.200 x 27.400 cm (u.r. corner ripped off)
Image: 21.200 x 27.400 cm

Scope and content

Study of a woman standing in a body of water washing clothes. Eaux bonnes probably refers to a town, the modern Eaubonne in Val-d'Oise, north of Paris and Épinay-sur-Seine. Lady Falkland was in France during 1839-40 according to the datable French watercolours (1990-207-79X, -80X, -83X). This was just before she went to Nova Scotia with her husband, who was governor there from 1840-46.
See 1990-207-48X or -49X about Mrs. Wyatt, possibly a companion of Falkland's.

Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
Nil
Graphic (art)
Copy negative C-105122
Restrictions not set
Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
Box
A076-01 Item no. assigned by LAC 82
Restrictions not set
Other accession no.
00082
1990-207 X DAP

Terms of use

Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1990-207-82
Copyright: Nil

Additional information

Removed from: Album: wash sketch originally inserted loose between two unidentified folios

Signatures and inscriptions
Inscribed. Dated.
Inscription: in pencil on support recto u.r. above image: Eaux bonnes/1840

Attributions and conjectures
Attributed to artist Viscountess Amelia Falkland.

Subject heading

1. work.
2. travail.

Private

Other system control no.

2884792