Original wood engraving print in black ink on creme wove paper by French Impressionist Edouard Manet. Signed in the plate "Manet" by the artist lower right. Also signed by the carver "A Prunaire sc" lower left. Second state. Titled La Parisienne, the print shows an elegant Parisian woman (Mme. Nina de Callais) looking at the viewer. The wood engraving was created in 1874; this impression was pu...
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Original Japanese print in colors on tan paper after Utagawa Utamaro. Titled Flow Fan, the image shows a courtesan named Flower Fan (Hanau Ogi) writing a letter to an admirer. The image is part of a series called "Top 6 Beauties". Llikely created in the late 1940's after the original 18th century Utamoro woodblock print. The publishers stamp (Puo Omiya) is on the lower left of the image. This p...
Original lithograph in colors on white wove paper by Marc Chagall. Titled Near St. Jeannet, this work is listed as number 646 in Mourlot's Catalogue Raisonne of Chagall's Lithographs. It was published in 1972. This version is not numbered and not signed. Sheet size: 12-1/2 inches H x 9-3/8 inches W (31.7 cm x 23.8 cm). Frame size: 24-1/4 inches H x 20-1/4 inches W (62.0 cm x 51.4 cm). Strikingl...
Lithograph in colors on wove paper after Toulouse-Lautrec. A lifetime impression. Transcribed from Lautrec's 1893 work for Le Theatre LibreLe Couiffeur (The Hairdresser), this lithograph was published in the publication Les Programmes Illustrees des Theatres et des Cafe-Concerts, a collection of programs for theatres and cafe concerts. This series was pubished by Ernest Maindron and printed by ...
Original lithograph in sanguine ink on Arches paper by Henri Matisse. Plate 27 from the publication Florilege des Amours, the image shows a woman carrying flowers through the woods. Unsigned. Additional text verson. This work was originally published in 1948 by Skira of Paris and printed by Mourlot as part of Florilege des Amours, a collection of love poems by Pierre Ronsard. This is one of the...
Original crayon, brush, and spatter lithograph in colors on wove paper by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Cover executed in 1897 for the publication Au Pied Du Sinai. From the regular book edition of 355. The cover was for a book written by George Clemenceau on the Jews. The lithograph was published in 1897, while the book was published in 1898. Margins appear on all sides that were to be folded ove...
Original lithograph in colors on white wove paper by Marc Chagall. Titled XXe Siecle 1969, this work was published in 1969 in a French art journal called XXe Siecle. This version is not numbered and not signed. (Printed at the same time and from the same stones as the signed and numbered version.) This lithograph is number 572 in Mourlot's Catalogue Raisonne of Chagall's Lithographs. Frame size...
Original color lithograph after a wood engraving by Henri Riviere. This lithograph was printed by Verneau in 1896. It is titled "Le Bourg des Perros-Guiree" and shows Breton woman in the field harvesting. Framed in a simple wood frame with bronze highlights and matted in an beige acid-free matte. Completed with a UV-resistant acrylic cover. Framed size: 18 inches H x 22 inches W (45.7 cm x 55.9...
Original Japanese print in colors on tan paper after Ando Hiroshige. Titled The First Cuckoo of the Year over Tsukudajima Island, the image shows a cuckoo bird flying across the sky over a fishing village. This print was created in the 1920-30's after an original 19th century print by Ando Hiroshige. The publishers stamp (Adachi) is on the back. This print was inspected prior to framing by an e...
Original lithograph in black ink on white wove paper by Pierre Bonnard. Signed in the plate lower left of the image. Titled "La Rue" (The Street), the image shows women walking their dogs on a street in Paris. Published in 1927 by Emile-Paul for Tableaux Paris. Total edition size is 225 plus a few proofs. Reference: Bouvet, Bonnard: The Complete Graphic Work, 1981, Number 105, p. 249. Framed si...
Color lithograph on wove paper from 1954 after Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Titled Le Missionnaire Exhibit Poster, this work advertises an exhibit of Toulouse Lautrec s paintings and lithographs at the Galerie Du Bas in Paris. (The image was first used on a color lithograph from the 1890 s.) The poster was printed in 1954 by Penn Prints of New York City. Frame size: 35-1/4 in. H x 29 in. W (89.5 ...
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