Adolphe ALBERT

As a painter Adolphe ALBERT (French, 1855-1938) is a forgettable artist.  As a printmaker however, Albert’s very distinctive style of etching is anything but.  Crisp lines, sinuous and sensual, make his renditions of elegantly dressed women particularly attractive.  While his subjects tend to have plain features, he elevates their beauty with thickly etched lines and warm impressions.

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At The Dance Hall

At The Dance Hall

ALBERT, Adolphe

Au Café Concert (descriptive French title)Etching on laid paper.Ref: not in BN-IFF.Signed and annotated by the artist.