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La Symphonie, 1897

Woodcut on Japan paper
28 3/10 × 22 4/5 in
72 × 58 cm
Edition 85/100
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Signed in purple crayon, numbered 85, from the edition of one hundred, published by La Maison …

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Signed in purple crayon, numbered 85, from the edition of one hundred, published by La Maison Moderne, Paris, in the album Germinal, the full sheet, with deckle edges on all sides, in very good, original condition.
Block 216 x 266 mm., Sheet 720 x 580 mm.

Félix Vallotton
Swiss, 1865–1925
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Associated with the French post-impressionist group Les Nabis, Félix Vallotton began his career as a painter, but he is best known for his stark black-and-white woodcuts. His scenes, which are often domestic in nature, are marked by simplified details and undifferentiated areas of shading. Vallotton was influenced by the works of Albrecht Dürer and Hans Holbein, which he saw in the Louvre as a young art student, as well as by Ukiyo-e Japanese prints, an Edo period art form that centered on depictions of cosmopolitan life. In his reductive woodcuts, Vallatton prefigured the visual sobriety of such disparate artists as August Sander and Edward Hopper.

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Signed in purple crayon, numbered 85, from the edition of one hundred, published by La Maison …

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Signed in purple crayon, numbered 85, from the edition of one hundred, published by La Maison Moderne, Paris, in the album Germinal, the full sheet, with deckle edges on all sides, in very good, original condition.
Block 216 x 266 mm., Sheet 720 x 580 mm.

Félix Vallotton
Swiss, 1865–1925
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Associated with the French post-impressionist group Les Nabis, Félix Vallotton began his career as a painter, but he is best known for his stark black-and-white woodcuts. His scenes, which are often domestic in nature, are marked by simplified details and undifferentiated areas of shading. Vallotton was influenced by the works of Albrecht Dürer and Hans Holbein, which he saw in the Louvre as a young art student, as well as by Ukiyo-e Japanese prints, an Edo period art form that centered on depictions of cosmopolitan life. In his reductive woodcuts, Vallatton prefigured the visual sobriety of such disparate artists as August Sander and Edward Hopper.

La Symphonie, 1897

Woodcut on Japan paper
28 3/10 × 22 4/5 in
72 × 58 cm
Edition 85/100
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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