(Pierre) Paul-Adrien Bouroux (1878–1967)
(left image) "Une tranchée de première ligne à l'Hartmannswillerkopf" [A front line trench at a Mass at the Hartmannswillerkopf], 1918
(centre image) "La cathédrale de Reims, vue de la Neuvillette" [Reims Cathedral, seen from Neuvillette], 1918
(right image) "Le cimetière de Silberloch (Hartmannswillerkopf)" [Cemetery Silberloch (Hartmannswillerkopf)], 1918.
From "De la Mer aux Vosges", Geneva, 1921.
Etchings in sepia ink on wove paper, in an edition of 300
Size: (sheet) 27.8 x 22.4/27.3 x 22 cm; (plate) 21.7 x 16.8./21.3 x 16.2cm
Inscribed in the plate (lower edge) with the artist's signature, title and date
Condition: richly inked impressions with plate tone and margins in very good condition.
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|Une tranchée de première ligne à l'Hartmannswillerkopf [A front line trench at a Mass at the Hartmannswillerkopf], 1918|
|La cathédrale de Reims, vue de la Neuvillette [Reims Cathedral, seen from Neuvillette], 1918|
|Le cimetière de Silberloch (Hartmannswillerkopf) [Cemetery Silberloch (Hartmannswillerkopf)], 1918|
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