Monday, 13 June 2016

Julien "N° 11" (after Louis-Henri De Rudder)


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Bernard-Romain Julien (1802–71) 
"Etude aux deux crayons N° 11 (after Louis-Henri De Rudder [1807–81])"
Lithograph on heavy wove paper (vellum), 48 x 30.7 cm
Inscribed in the plate below the image with the artist's signature, the title and publication details: (lower left) "Paris, J.Bulla et F. Delarue, Succ de la Maison Aumont, rue JJRousseau, 10."; (lower right) "Imp Lemercier, Benard et Ce."

Condition: strong impression in very good condition for its age, but with some minor signs of handling.

I am selling this superb lithograph exemplifying the highest order of drawing for a total cost of AU$136 (currently US$100.33/EUR89.18/GBP70.54 at the time of posting this print) including postage and handling to anywhere in the world.
If you are interested in purchasing this remarkable original lithograph, please contact me (oz_jim@printsandprinciples.com) and I will send you a PayPal invoice to make the payment easy.


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Julien has translated Louis-Henri De Rudder's design into this magnificent lithograph intended as a drawing subject for advanced students to copy. As an insight into the subject of this print, I suspect that the portrayed woman relates to De Rudder's travels in India when he visited there in the early 1840s and worked with the Russian artist, Prince Aleksei Dmitrievich Saltykov (1806–59), ultimately producing 40 lithographs in 1842.




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