This painting, "Portrait of Anne" was in the large exhibition entrance room (the one that contains the huge musical painting from the permanent collection - I posted a picture of it after last year's visit). De Stael had a daughter named Anne, but I do not know if this is a painting of her.
The second room of the exhibition contained a lot of large, minimal line drawings, ink on paper which I enjoyed looking at.
There was a smaller room with medium size charcoal drawings and line drawings.
I love the broad strokes of charcoal defining the figure by it's shadow only.
I wished that the catalogue to the exhibition had an English translation as there were a lot of images reproduced. Unfortunately only the introduction had been translated and flipping through it I could see that there was a fair amount of text!