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Edouard Vuillard: Paysages et Intérieurs

Edouard Vuillard: Paysages et Intérieurs

A commentary about the historic context and importance of this portfolio can be found at the bottom of this page, below the images. A printer-friendly pdf of this information can be downloaded here. Edouard VUILLARD (1868-1940) Paysages et Intérieurs (original...

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L'Estampe Originale: Album Three

L'Estampe Originale: Album Three

This is our third installment documenting the 100 prints published by L'Estampe Originale from 1893 to 1895.  Album three is illustrated below. A printer-friendly pdf of this information can be downloaded here. If you're interested in Album one, you can find it HERE.If you're...

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L'Estampe Originale: Album Two

L'Estampe Originale: Album Two

This is our second installment documenting the 100 prints published by L'Estampe Originale from 1893 to 1895. Album two is illustrated below. A printer-friendly pdf of this information can be downloaded here. If you're interested in Album one, you can...

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Félix BUHOT: La Place des Martyrs et la Taverne du Bagne

Félix BUHOT: La Place des Martyrs et la Taverne du Bagne

From the gallery's archives: sold long ago... Félix BUHOT (1847-1898): La Place des Martyrs et la Taverne du Bagne Etching, roulette, soft-ground and drypoint on thick wove paper, 1885.Refs: Bourcard/Goodfriend 163, Bonafous-Murat 289.Plate: 13 ¼ x 17 ⅝ inches. It...

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: Two Songsheet Covers

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: Two Songsheet Covers

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, whose small stature was easily recognizable, was a well-known figure of Parisian night life and its musical and entertainment scene.  While he is today best remembered for images of cancan dancers, café-concerts (dance halls), prostitutes and all...

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John Hall Thorpe: Buttercups in a Chinese Vase

John Hall Thorpe: Buttercups in a Chinese Vase

The Chinese Vase is a larger composition by Hall Thorpe, born John Hall Thorpe in Australia, who emigrated to England in 1900 (or 1902). His distinctive style is recognizable in this composition.  Rather than use black lines in his key...

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