American Impressionist of the Boston School, William McGregor Paxton took the opportunity to copy Ingres' Odalisque à l'esclave, in 1932, shortly after it was acquired by his friend Carroll S. Tyson.
|signed COPIED BY PAXTON, dated 1932, and inscribed J. INGRES / ROM. 1839, oil on panel, 74.1 by 101.6 cm|
|Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Odalisque with a Slave, 1839-1840, Oil on canvas, 72.07 x 100.33 cm|
Theme, subject, pose, the gesture of a hand …Ingres constantly explored motifs.
|Odalisque with Slave, 1842, Ingres with Jean-Paul Flandrin (French, 1811-1902) oil, 76 x 105 cm|
A drawing for or after the 1839 canvas.
|INGRES ~ Odalisque à l'esclave, lavis gris, mine de plomb, papier beige, rehauts de blanc|