The sitter was traditionally identified as the French social reformer Victor Considérant (1808–1893), but bears only slight resemblance to other known portraits of him. The painting was previously attributed to Delacroix.
Portrait of a Man (Victor Considérant?)
Medium and support
Oil on canvas
28.5 x 22 cm
Presented by Walter Sickert to the Tate Gallery, 1922; transferred, 1956
Location in Gallery