Jacques Chéreau (aka Chéreau le jeune) (1688–1776)
“Landscape with Fishermen,” c1700, after the painting by Gaspard Dughet (aka Gaspard Poussin; Gaspar Poussin; Le Guaspre; Gasparo Duche; Gaspre) (1615–1675) in the Hessen Kassel Museum (http://altemeister.museum-kassel.de/32675/), published by Jacques Chéreau in Paris.
Etching on laid paper, trimmed around the image borderline and backed with a support sheet.
Size: (sheet) 25.3 x 36.1 cm.
The British Museum offers the following description of this print from an early state before the addition of the artist/publisher’s name and address (“AParis chez Jacques Chereau, Rue St. Jacques, au grand St. Remy”):
“River landscape with two men pulling nets on the right, and man fishing with a rod in the middle” (https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/P_1877-0811-722).
Condition: richly inked, strong early/lifetime impression (based on the quality of line showing no sign of wear to the printing plate), trimmed around the image borderline and laid onto a support sheet of archival (millennium quality) washi paper. The lower-right corner has been replenished with watercolour (an almost invisible restoration).
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