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No. — from Sebastian and the Angel (fig. 32). 30), the classicizing 94) to the later Poet and Satyrs group of smaller paintings, such (fig. (fig. 31) as his Saint Winthrop also put together an impressive group of drawings by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, an artist of an entirely different sensibility to these others (cat. nos. ioo— 105). I0 ° In addition, he continued to deepen his Pre-Raphaelite holdings into his later years. In 1934 Birnbaum wrote, "It is thrilling to think that in of Creation' [Burne-Jones, Galahad' [Watts, and "make a cat.
9 ° that sort of thing. would do to . Perhaps the portrait that Birnbaum and Winthrop had always hoped the other Ingres to works was Madame Moitessier (National Gallery, London; as 1928 a hang among fig. 21). " off. it offered. If . 9I . it He again after the Lapauze sale, writ- ing, "I got in touch with the famous Moitessier the market, I owner of and portrait if it feel fairly certain that the comes on it will be offered to me. — There is Fig. 22. " he explained to Winthrop that "it would 1812.