Félix Bracquemond (1833-1914) is an integral figure in the history of the nineteenth century printmaking, and along with Charles Meryon and Félix Buhot is regarded as one of the fathers of the etching revival movement in France. Associated with many movements and a member of none, Bracquemond’s name can be connected with Impressionism, Realism and Japonism, the last of which he was instrumental in initiating. He left behind over 900 etchings, diverse in nature, but mostly all rich for their subjects, technical riches or compositional strengths.
Suite of 6 etchings printed on simili-japon paper.Reference: Beraldi 795-801.Six etchings after watercolors by Gustave Moreau, with Moreau's name i...View full details
Refs: Beradi 39; BN-IFF 169. After Hans Holbein. Edition of 100 in this state. Signed in ink.