Charles Heyman; 'Villiers-Adam'

'L'abside de l'Église de Villiers-Adam'

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'L'abside de l'Église de Villiers-Adam'

1908

Church of Saint-Sulpice in Villiers-Adam (Val-d'OIse)

by

Charles Heyman

Charles Heyman; 1881-1915, painter and printmaker. Heyman was born in Paris, he studied under Fernand Cormon and was known for his etchings of Parisian scenes, which show the influence of both Legros and Meryon. Exhibited in the Salon, 1907, many of his plates were published by Sagot. Charles Heyman was killed in action in WWI.  and was said to be the grandson of the painter Jean-François Millet.

An original etching with fine detail in brown ink, the image measuring approximately 15 cms. x 20 cms. (6 x 8 ins.) within a strong platemark and impression on a laid paper sheet measuring 18 cms. x 23 cms. (7 x 9 ins.)

Signed in the image by the artist.

Unframed and unmounted  the condition of the image is good, the sheet has handling marks to the margins condusive with age.

Cat 130525-2