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Extra resources for The Portraits of Hector Berlioz: No. 26 (English, German and French Edition)
However, Ingres was not then in Rome. The possibility that Ingres made a portrait of the young Berlioz in Paris cannot be completely excluded. Had that been the case, it is likely that Berlioz would have mentioned it in letters to his family, friends and acquaintances. More probably the artist was one of the painters living with Berlioz in the Villa Medici : Eloi-Firmin Feron, Fran�ois Xavier Dupre, Jean-Louis Bezard, Jean-Baptiste-Adolphe Gibert, Theophile Vauchelet or Emile Signol. Also residing at the Villa were six sculptors, five architects, two engravers and another composer (see Appendix).
Not previously reproduced in colour. Frontal, rear and side views of No. 9 are shown on pp. 34-5. H N o . 9 B U S T BY DANTAN JE UNE 9(a ) N o . __.. _ �"'"""�'- �""""'�""'-"' ""�" "� 1. �"''"" ��\)\\\l,\'1'I:. ,.. L I N I . ll. \ "' u • u A \. 'i. ::Y • ;;,. ( ' ' , o � 10 3b N o . 1 0 L I T H O G RA P H BY B E NJ AM I N Date 27 October 1838. Artist Benjamin Roubaud, known as Benjamin (1811-47), painter, engraver and lithographer, a pupil of Louis Hersent. He exhibited at the Salon from 1833 to 1847.
Description Probably ink on paper, size unknown. According to Lascoux (see 'History' below), the sheet was pasted to an album leaf, and lower down the leaf Boucher Desnoyers noted : 'Monsieur Berlioz, par Monsieur H. Vernet'. Location Unknown. Provenance: before 1906 in the collection of the Marquis de Maleville, a grandson of Boucher-Desnoyers. The illustration given here is taken from Livre d'or (1906), facing p. 200. Location: Bibliotheque nationale de France (Macnutt Collection), Paris. History The musician A.