Original lithograph printed in colors on wove paper after Jean-Louis Forain. A lifetime impression printed for the Ma tres de l Affiche (Masters of the Poster) series printed by Imprimerie Chaix. Transcribed from Forain's original full-size 1892 poster by artisans at Atelier Cheret and issued as plate 196 (of 256) in the series Les Ma tres de l Affiche, bearing the blindstamp of the monogram (L...
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 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...
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Ladies: A long time ago, I worked supporting various business, wearing long dresses and pant suits, when I was pulled out of my job and became permanently disabled. I had these clothes for Large and Larger Women because I was given my Grandmother s estate and bought these beautiful summer outfits for work, and unfortunately, they are just hanging on hangers. Please come and see these items I ha...
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...
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...