Eugène BÉJOT

Eugène BÉJOT (French, 1867-1931) is a Parisian artist through and through.  While he did travel for inspiration and to promote his work, he lived in the French capital all of his life.  His etchings depict cities and the countryside with crisp and elegant lines.  Paris dominates in his oeuvre, but a diversity of locations, such as the south of France can be found.  Prints editioned by him, generally in multiples of circa 50, are very fine and have become quite scarce, despite his prolific career.
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The Estacade

BEJOT, Eugene

L’Estacade (original French title) Etching and aquatint printed in four colors on japon paper.Refrence: BN-IFF 174.Edition unknown, scarce.  Findin...

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[La Berge]

BEJOT, Eugene

Pencil and watercolor on wove paper, n.d. A short tear in the left sheet edge; two pinholes, and a few flattened creases. Still, overall in in good...

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[Cafe, Debit, Brasserie] Sold
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[Cafe, Debit, Brasserie]

BEJOT, Eugene

Pencil and watercolor on thick wove paper. In very fine condition, aside from the upper right corner broken; the colors fresh.

La Digue d'Anvers Sold
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La Digue d'Anvers

BEJOT, Eugene

Ref: Laran 357; BN-IFF 357. Printed on Eugene Bejot laid paper. Signed in pencil inside the platemark.