$1750 on pair
Pair of drawings of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Curtis, approx. 25" x 17" and smaller, graphite or pencil on paper in good looking frames and mats. Bio from askart.com: Henry Royer (1869-1938) was a French genre, portrait and landscape painter. The son of Julius Royer, a successful lithographic printer, Henry was born on 22 January 1869 in Nancy and died in Neuilly-sur-Seine on 31 October 1938. He attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts and the Academy Julian, studying with Jules Joseph Lefebvre and Theodore Devilly. He traveled to America, toured Europe, and spent long periods of time in England.
He was a professor at the Academie Julian and the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Among his pupils were Gustave Alaux (1887-1965), Georgina de Albuquerque (1885-1962), Lucilio de Albuquerque (1877-1939), Caroline Helena Armington (1875-1939), Frank Armington (1876-1941), Diógenes Campos Ayres (1881-1944), Marie-Jeanne Barbey 1876-1961), Maurice Alexander Berthon (1888-1914), Teodoro Braga (1872-1935), Henri-Georges Breard (1873-1950), Rodolfo Chambelland (1879-1967) Roberto Colin, Frederick Garrison Hall (1879-1946), Mildred C. Jones (1899-1991), Charles (Chas) Laborde (1886-1941), Georges-Émile Lebacq (1876-1950), Eric Spencer Macky (1880-1958), Jeanne Louise Jacontot Mahudez (1876-1956), Jacques Majorelle ( 1886-1962), Emile Louis Picault (1833-1915), Jean Scherbeck (1898-1986), William Posey Silva (1859-1948), Henry C. Solon (1873-1958), Paulo Jr. do Valle (1889-1958)