Theodore Roussel, ‘Study for Blue and Gold’, 1925, Frederick Mulder

Théodore Roussel was a pioneer in colour printmaking and experimented tirelessly. His final research and efforts lead him to devise a new way of printing called the Roussel Medium, which entailed a new process of printing in water as opposed to oils and entirely by hand as opposed to the mechanical printing of a plate.

Only 10 subjects are known with Study for Blue and Gold being one and only four impressions of this subject are known. We are delighted to offer three of them.

Signature: Hausberg 188

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