Gabrielle-Marie Niel;  ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’
Gabrielle-Marie Niel;  ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’ Gabrielle-Marie Niel;  ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’ Gabrielle-Marie Niel;  ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’ Gabrielle-Marie Niel;  ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’

Gabrielle-Marie Niel; ‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’

'Morlaix Viaduct, France'

Original etching

Artist plate signed

Product Code: 180421-2
£45.00
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‘Morlaix Viaduct, France’

etching

by

Gabrielle-Marie Niel

Gabrielle-Marie Niel; 1840-1894, French etcher, born in Poligny, Jura, Niel was the daughter of Jules Niel, who was at the time an administrator of the Jura subprefecture. After receiving initial lessons, and advice, from Émile Wattier, a friend of her father's,she studied under Charles Méryon. She is chiefly noted for producing etchings of old Paris and of other cities, as well as images of Italy and Algeria. She first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1866, and continued to work until sometime after 1875.. Her prints show the influence of Meryon in their style. Alfred Cadart published her pictures of Paris and Algeria.

A fine original etching which has bright and unfaded colouring, printed in black ink The image measures approximately 23 cms. x 30 cms. (9 x 12 ins.)

Printed on a lightweight paper sheet size 25 cms. x 35 cms. (10 x 14 ins.)

Signed by the artist as part of the image in the lower margin.

Unframed and unmounted, the condition of the image and sheet is good with edge wear and paper loss to the top edge and handling marks condusive with age.

Cat 180421-1-2