Alfred Broquelet (aka Alfred Jean Marie Broquelet; Alfred Broquelet d'Abbeville ) (1861–1957)
“Dance of the Nymphs” (aka “Danse des Nymphes”; “Une Matinée; “A Morning”), c1908, hand-signed lithograph, published by the Northern Engraving Society (1900–c1947), after Camille Corot’s (aka Jean Baptiste Camille Corot) (1796–1875) painting executed in 1850 and now in the collection of the Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
See insights about the Northern Engraving Society and regarding a different print published by the same society: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/304473037904 (viewed 25.9.2022).
Lithograph on chine collé on heavy wove paper with full margins as published and hand-signed in ink by the artist.
Size: (sheet) 44.9 x 57.4 cm; (image borderline) 30 x 39.7 cm/
Hand-signed in ink by the artist below the image borderline: (right) “Brouquelet”.
The National Museum of Visual Arts, Uruguay, offers a brief description of this print: https://mnav.gub.uy/cms.php?a=57.
Condition: a well-printed impression with generously wide margins. The chine collé has been reattached with slight misalignment from its original position and there is closed tear (almost invisible) supported by archival tape verso, otherwise the sheet is in a very good condition for its size and age.
I am selling this very beautiful lithograph, hand-signed by the artist, after Corot’s famous painting, for a total cost of AU$261 (currently US$170.50/EUR175.90/GBP157.05 at the time of this listing) including postage and handling to anywhere in the world.
If you wish to purchase this very sensitive translation of Corot’s painting into a lithograph of subtle grey tones, please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will send you a PayPal invoice to make the payment easy.
This print has been sold
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