Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl

Apollo with his Lyre,

c. 1889,

pencil and chalk on paper

 

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)

Study of Apollo with his Lyre

pencil and chalk on paper

44.5 x 35 cm

c. 1889

 

 



Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)

Study of a Standing Woman in Classical Attire Leaning on her Elbow

charcoal and white chalk and pastel on blue paper

44.8 x 29.5 cm


The Daulton Collection


Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl, 1860-1933.  London: Mathiessen Fine Art Ltd., 1987.  Cat. no. 56 (illustrated).

Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (1860, Temesvar, Austria-Hungary-1933, Rome)

Drapery Study of a Female Figure

c. 1893

charcoal, heightened with white, on buff wove paper

39.4 x 23.8 cm


The Daulton Collection


A preliminary study for Hiremy-Hirschl's painting "Hero and Leander" of 1893.

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Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection
Los Altos Hills, California
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