Félix BUHOT

One of the most idiosyncratic etchers of the 19th century, Félix Buhot (1847-1898) has always been a collectible printmaking.  While he gravitated towards rain, dusk and fog for most of his landscapes and views of cities, a diversity of compositions seems to have made his appeal universal.  Buhot was an extremely talented and meticulous printmaker, using all manner of copper engraving techniques to obtain the desired effects: etching, roulette, engraving, aquatint, burnishers & scrapers, drypoint…  He is best remembered for his prints with symphonic margins, but nearly all of his output is worth discovering. View Biography
Felix Buhot - Petit Enterrement - street scene - intaglio
$600

The Small Funeral

BUHOT, Felix

Le Petit Enterrement (original French title) Aquatint, etching and roulette, with a touch of drypoint, printed on wove paper.Reference: Bourcard &a...

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Felix Buhot - Les Bergeries Soleil Couchant - farm Sold
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Les Bergeries, Soleil couchant

BUHOT, Felix

Etching and drypoint. Ref: Boucard & Goodfriend 151. Signed with the artist's large red owl stamp (Lugt 977). Printed on wove chine paper.

Felix Buhot - LOrage - countryside - intaglio -BG145 Sold
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L'Orage

BUHOT, Felix

Etching, drypoint and roulette printed on laid Arches paper, after a painting by John Constable, 1879. Ref: Bourcard & Goodfriend 145 iv/vii. A...

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