Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)
Head of a Young Woman (probably Saint Cecilia)
black and white chalk on brown paper
25 x 17.5 cm
signed lower right A. Hirschl and inscribed Roma
This drawing is believed to be a study for Hiremy-Hirschl's painting "Saint Cecilia" of 1889. See Adolf Hiremy Hirschl, Matthiesen Fine Art, London, 1987, at pages 36-37; the same model is seen in the Cecilia study on page 37 (fig. 6).