Mouse (1821)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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The drawing captures a small mouse perched delicately on the edge of what appears to be a wooden ledge, perhaps a skirting or the corner of a drawer. The mouse, depicted in detailed pencil strokes, displays a bushy texture on its fur, particularly noticeable across the chest and head. Its eyes are wide and alert, reflecting a sense of curiosity or wariness. The whiskers are fine and distinct, stretching out from its small, pointed snout. Shadows and subtle shading around the mouse suggest it is in a softly lit environment, perhaps inside a building or near a window, as indicated by the vertical and horizontal lines in the background suggesting architectural elements. This creature's long, thin tail drapes over the ledge, adding a dynamic element to its otherwise still pose.


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Jean Bernard (1775–1833) was an avid Dutch art collector and a painter. His portraits of people, nature, and animals were drawn mostly with charcoal and colored crayons which beautifully captured the intricate details of his varied subjects. 

He was a successful artist during his lifetime with many of his works decorating ministries and famous people's homes.