Original lithograph printed in black ink on beige wove paper by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Only state. Plate created 1898; impression from before 1906. Signed in the plate with Lautrec s monogram (Lugt 1338) upper right. According to Wittrock, Toulouse-Lautrec: The Complete Prints, the plate for this lithograph was developed in 1898 for a portfolio titled Portraits d'Acteurs and d'Actrices: Tre...
Original oil on canvas by Yolande Ardissone. Titled Le Var , the painting shows the coastline of a Mediterranean bay with sailboats. Signed by the artist lower right. Le Var is district in France along the French Riviera. Yolande Ardissone is known for life-afirming, joyous portraits executed in bright primary colors. She has exhibited her works in many prestigious shows and won numerous awards...
Original 1882 etching in brown/black ink on Holland laid paper by James Jacques Tissot. 2nd state. Plate 9 from the 1884 book Renee Mauperin, titled Renee and Her Father Sitting in the Porch of the Church at Morimond. Signed in the plate in the image "J J Tissot" upper right. Stamp signed in red with the artist's red monogram lower right of image. Not framed. COA. Detailed photos and more infor...
Original lithograph poster printed in colors on wove paper. Lifetime impression by Jules Cheret; printed as a supplement to the Courrier Francais. Titled El Dorado, the poster advertises a popular Parisian music hall. Published in 1894 by Jules Ch ret and printed at Impremiere Chaix (Atelier Ch ret), Paris. Mounted on acid-free paper over linen. Framed in antiqued distressed-finish gold and woo...
Original lithograph in colors on white wove paper by Marc Chagall. Titled Profile With Red Child, the lithograph shows the artist's profile in green on the left with his hand seeming to hold a small red child. This lithograph was published in Chagall, Lithgraph I by Andre Sauret, Monte Carlo in 1960. This is from the unsigned edition of several thousand. This piece is number 284 in Mourlot's Ca...
Original etching in black ink on wove paper by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. From the 1927 Floury printing of 200 copies in black from Lautrec s original plates. Signed in the plate with the artist s monogram lower left of image. Lightly inked. Drypoint on zinc etchings Lautrec executed in 1898, but not published until after his death. Framed size: 17-3/8 inches H x 14-3/8 inches W (44.1 cm x 36.5...
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 drypoint etching with hand-applied watercolor by Mary Cassatt on white laid paper. Titled Margot Wearing a Bonnet No. 1. A fine impression of Breeskin's only state. Printed from Mary Cassatt's ca. 1902 plate. Presumed posthumous impression. A intimate scene C15capturing Margot Lefebvre, who was a common subject of Cassatt's at the time, often with her mother Reine Lefebvre. Catalog rai...
Original lithograph in colors on white wove paper by Marc Chagall. Titled Self Portrait - Frontespiece, the lithograph shows a profile of the artist in blue and red, along with other images from Chagall's dream world genre. Published in Chagall, Lithgraph I by Andre Sauret, Monte Carlo in 1960. This is from the unsigned edition of several thousand. Referenced as number 282 in Mourlot's Catalogu...
Original lithograph poster printed in colors on wove paper. Lifetime impression by Jules Cheret; printed as a supplement to the Courrier Francais. Titled Pastilles Poncelet, the poster advertises a medicinal candy. Published in 1896 by Jules Ch ret and printed at Impremiere Chaix (Atelier Ch ret), Paris. (There is also a 4-foot high 124 cm version of this poster.) Signed in the plate J Cheret l...
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Original woodblock print in colors on white wove paper by Joan Miro. Created in 1984 for Miro Graveur 1 by Jacques Dupin. Not signed or numbered. Frame size: 22-1/2 inches H x 18-1/2 inches W (57.1 cm H x 47.0 cm W). Framed in sleek silver finish frame and matted in black acid-free matting. Covered with glass. COA. Closeup photos and more details at: http://www.jdsmithfineart.com/gallery-of-art...
Original etching in black ink on Rives wove paper by Pablo Picasso. Plate 2 from the Le Cocu Magnifique suite. The image shows a nude woman riding a horse, while onlookers watch. Dated December 7, 1966 in the plate, the work was published in 1968 with the portfolio containing the play Le Cocu Magnifique. Unnumbered. Total edition size for the unnumbered etchings is 150 (the portfolio containing...
Original oil on canvas by modern Urban Impressionist Michael Flohr. Titled San Fransico Nights, the painting shows a night view looking Southeast on Columbus Avenue near Vallejo Street. The name of the landmark restaurant Mona Lisa Ristorante appears on a marquee on the right. The bright lights of the restaurants and bars along San Fransisco s Columbus Ave light up the night as figures stroll a...
Original 1897 lithograph printed in colors on wove paper. Not signed. Transcribed from a poster advertising Matinee performances of the Folies Bergere. Colorful blue, red, yellow, metallic gold, and black ink. The image was published in Les Programmes Illustrees des Theatres et des Cafe-Concerts, a collection of artwork original executed for theater programs and cafe concerts. The series was pu...
Original etching and aquatint by Edgar Degas, printed in black ink on thick wove creme paper. Titled Actrices in the Dressing Room, Degas' work captures preparing for a performance. The original copper plate was executed about 1877. This is a fine impression of Reed and Shapiro's fifth state after cancellation of the plate. It was printed as part of Ambroise Vollard's 1919 edition of ~150 impre...
Original lithograph in colors on wove paper after Henri de-Toulouse-Lautrec. From the 1920 printing of 200 copies for the publication Lautrec by Theodore Duret. Based on the original 1895 program for the Theatre Libre for a play titled L'Argent. The subjects are the actress Arguillere and the actor Henriot. This image shows the strong influence of Japanese prints on Lautrec, with its expressive...
Original color lithograph in black ink on toned wove paper from 1894 by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Titled "Terreur de Grenelle" (The Terror of Grenelle) it shows a brutish fellow in the tough Parisian neighborhood of Grenelle. This image appeared on a song sheet printed by Joly-Crevel Freres Successeurs, Paris. Framed size: 16-1/4 inches H x 13-1/4 inches W (41.3 cm x 33.6 cm). Framed in a simp...
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...
Original, signed lithograph in colors on wove paper by Witold-K, exploring the theme of loneliness. The viewer peers down at a person who is sitting alone, with their knees pulled up to close to their head. Signed and dated by the artist in pencil lower right. Numbered by the artist in pencil lower left. Number 131 of 145. This work comes from 1972 and is rarely available on the market. Photos ...
Original 1882 etching in brown/black ink on Holland laid paper by James Jacques Tissot. Second state. Plate 2 from the 1884 book Renee Mauperin, titled Renee Mauperin Hugging Her Father. Signed in the plate "J J Tissot" lower right. Reference, Wenthworth,James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonne of His Prints, 63, p. 260-1. Framed size: 15-5/8 inches H x 13 inches W (39.7 cm x 33.0 cm). Framed in a clas...