Original etching in black ink on wove paper by Impressionist artist Jean-Louis Forain. Signed in the plate lower right, this etching shows two fashionable women on their way to a popular dance hall named Bal Bullier. From Forain's earlier period, the plate was created in ca 1880-90. Reference: Alicia Craig Faxon, Jean-Louis Forain: A Catalogue Raisonne of the Prints, 1982. Frame Size: 17 inches...
Original etching in black ink on simulated Japon paper by Jean-Louis Forain. Titled Danseuses Dans Leur Loge (Dancers in Their Dressing Room), the image shows two dancers preparing for a performance. Signed in the plate upper left image. From the 1912 M. G. Pellet printing of 25 impressions. Jean-Louis Forain was considered one of the most important artists in France during the late 19th and ea...
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Original etching and aquatint in brown ink on creme laid paper by French Impressionist Edouard Manet. Third state. Titled La Convalescente, the print shows a person recovering from a malady. The etching was created in 1876-8; this impression was published in 1894 by Edmond Bazire. This piece is number 85 in Jean Harris s Catalogue Raisonne of Manet s prints, pp. 221-224. Sheet size: 9-3/4 inche...