Marguerite Dufay by Edward Ancourt after Louis Anquetin
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Louis Anquetin 1899
Limited edition lithograph after Edward Ancourt, No. 803 of 2000.
This French poster is an example of 'Affiche Artistique', advertising female trombonist and entertainer, Marguerite Dufay.
Louis Anquetin; 1861- 1932, Born in Éntrépagny, France, studied at the Lycée Pierre Corneille in Rouen before moving to Paris in 1882, where he studied at Léon Bonnat’s studio. Anquetin met many of the popular artists of the day, including Émile Bernard, Vincent Van Gogh and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who he joined at Fernand Cormon’s studio. Louis Anquetin, along with Émile Bernard, is credited with developing a painting style called cloisonnism, which utilized heavy black outlines and flat areas of color
An original print which is bright and unfaded in coloured ink. The image measuring approximately 64 cms. x 46 cms. (25 x 18 ins.) printed on a wove paper sheet measuring 75 cms. x 50 cms. (29½ x 19½ ins.) This item will be shipped rolled.
The sheet carries the edition 803/2000 in pencil in the lower image with an embossed blindstamp.
Unframed and unmounted, blank on the reverse, the condition of the image and sheet is good with handling marks condusive with age.