The Nabis

This collection of works, is dedicated to Les Nabis.  Prints, as well as the odd drawing we have in stock, or have had over the years, by artists of the famous group, are listed here.  The core of the Nabis met at the Académie Julian.  The group was officially founded by Maurice Denis, and named after the Hebrew word for prophet, nebiim (also the second main division of the Tanakh), the Nabis was formed by a tight core group, as well as a number of sympathizers.  Maurice Denis, Edouard Vuillard, Pierre Bonnard, Paul Sérusier, and Ker-Xavier Roussel, were all part of a group which was closely knit from about 1890 to about 1900.  Additional artists, who gravitated towards the group included, Paul-Elie Ranson, Marc Mouclier, Félix Vallotton, René-Georges Hermann-Paul, Henri-Gabriel Ibels…  While some of these artists shared philosophical considerations with Nabis concepts, others mostly picked up on esthetic elements, such as the use of patterns, or cloisonné in their paintings and prints.
Training the Dog Sold
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Training the Dog

ROUSSEL, Ker-XAVIER

Also titled: In the Snow L'Éducation du chien ou Dans la neige (original French titles) Lithograph printed in four colors on wove paper.References:...

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Maurice Denis - Amour - Allegory - Allegorie - color lithograph set published by Ambroise Vollard
$2,500

Allegory

DENIS, Maurice

Allégorie (original French title)Color lithograph on thin wove paper.Reference: Cailler 108.First plate from the album titled L’Amour.  Published b...

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Saint George Square Sold
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Saint George Square

DELCOURT, Maurice

Place Saint Georges (original French title) Printed on old japon paper.Reference: BN-IFF. 5.Edition of 45 (out of the 100 that were planned).Pub...

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Emile Dezaunay - La Messe en Bretagne - Bretton coiffe - color intaglio - detail
$2,500

Mass in Brittany

DEZAUNAY, Emile-Alfred

La Messe en Bretagne (descriptive French title) Aquatint, etching, roulette & drypoint printed in color on Arches laid paper, circa 1900.Refere...

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