Both belong to Renée, drawn by French artist Jacques Villon.
Villon, also known as Gaston Duchamp, was one of Marcel Duchamp’s siblings but, in order to distinguish himself from them, he started using the pseudonym with which he became known.
Renée was the daughter of Villon’s cousin and the subject of several works by the artist.
Doesn’t she look angry in these drawings? I wonder what – or who – could be responsible for this frown on her face.
Renée. Three Quarter View, 1911. Jacques Villon
Philadelphia Museum of Art
February, 22nd 2017