Charles DULAC

Despite living a tragically short life, and leaving behind only a small corpus of work, Charles Dulac is today regarded as the most important French symbolist to have created color lithographs.  Dulac discovered his true genius in lithograph, even though his paintings are now also gaining in appreciation. The artist saw his works in lithography as continuous experiments in the search for the fleeting emotions of nature, expressing the spiritual aspects of landscapes. Dulac printed each of his lithographs in carefully chosen schemes of delicate, often muted colors, concentrating on mood rather than detail. Emotional and mysterious, these images take us through a series of atmospheres ranging from the uplifting and the beautiful to the somber and melancholy.

Landscape
$1,200

Landscape

DULAC, Charles

Paysage (original French title) Lithograph printed in four colors on chine-collé on wove paper.Reference: Stein & Karshan 22.Published by L’Est...

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Paysage No. 4 2
$2,500

Paysage No. 4 2

DULAC, Charles

Printed in two tones on chine-collŽ, 1892-93. Reference: BN-IFF 1. Plate 4, before the snake remarque, for the set of 8 color lithographs titled "S...

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Paysage No. 4
$2,000

Paysage No. 4

DULAC, Charles

Printed in two tones on chine-collŽ, 1892-93. Reference: BN-IFF 1. Plate 4, with the snake remarque, for the set of 8 color lithographs titled "Sui...

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Paysage No. 6
$1,200

Paysage No. 6

DULAC, Charles

Printed in two tones on chine-collŽ, 1892-93. Reference: BN-IFF 1. Plate 6, with the lily remarque, for the set of 8 color lithographs titled "Suit...

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