Eva Gonzalès (1847–1883) was a French painter best known for her portraits and intimate depictions of daily life scenes. Published in 1990, Eva Gonzalès: Étude critique et catalogue raisonné was co-authored by Marie-Caroline Sainsaulieu and Jacques de Mons with the support of Daniel Wildenstein.
The catalogue includes 124 works: 88 paintings, 23 pastels, 6 watercolors, 2 charcoals, and 1 drypoint etching. Through extensive archival research, the authors were able to document and identify new works, hence making a significant contribution to the scholarship on this under-studied artist and great painter of modern life.
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Marie-Caroline Sainsaulieu and Jacques de Mons
La Bibliothèques des Arts, Paris