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Quarante Clichés-Glace, tirés sur les plaques provenant de la collection de M. Cuvelier by  Jean Baptiste Camille (1796-1875); Charles-François DAUBIGNY (1817-1878); Eugène DELACROIX (1798-1863); Jean-François MILLET (1814-1875); and Théodore ROUSSEAU (1812-1867) COROT - Hardcover - 1921 - from Riverrun Books & Manuscripts (SKU: 401772)

Quarante Clichés-Glace, tirés sur les plaques provenant de la collection de M. Cuvelier

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Quarante Clichés-Glace, tirés sur les plaques provenant de la collection de M. Cuvelier

by COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille (1796-1875); Charles-François DAUBIGNY (1817-1878); Eugène DELACROIX (1798-1863); Jean-François MILLET (1814-1875); and Théodore ROUSSEAU (1812-1867)

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Paris: Maurice Le Garrec, 1921. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Two letterpress bifolia: half-title and title, and 'Avertissement' and table. 40 cliché verre prints, originally 1854-1904, on smooth wove paper, each print with the stamp of Sagot-Le Garrec (L. 1766a), and numbered 44/150 in pencil on the reverse, the full sheets as published, hinged at the upper reverse corners, in mounts stamped with the plate numbers. 481 x 394 mm overall, plate sizes vary. Loose in original cloth-board portfolio, gilt-lettered on front. Some staining to text leaves, plates in fine condition. LIMITED EDITION, number 44 of 150 sets. A superb collection by the Parisian art dealer and publisher Maurice Le Garrec reprinting cliché verre plates from Corot, the master of the technique, Daubigny, Delacrois, Millet, and Rousseau, all masters of the Romantic and Barbizon schools. Though they are reproduced in black rather than the characteristic brown inks of the 19th-century impressions, the scarce portfolio increased public awareness of the printmaking process. See Alain Paviot, Le cliché-verre. Corot, Delacroix, Millet, Rousseau, Daubigny, Paris 1995, pp. 9-14. Comprising: J. B. C. Corot (19): La Petite Soeur; Le Petit Cavalier sous Bois; Le Songeur; La Jeune Fille et la Mort; Le Grand Cavalier sous Bois; Le Petit Berger, 1ere planche; Le Petit Berger, 2me planche; Le Jardin de Péricles ; L'Allée des Peintres; Griffonnage; Le Grand Bucheron; La Tour d'Henri VIII; Souvenir d'Ostie; Les Jardins d'Horage; Jeune Mère a l'Entrée d'un Bois; Les Arbres dans la Montagne; Un Déjeuner dans la Clairiére; La Ronde Gauloise; Souvenir du Bas-Brau (L.D. 41-3, 45-6, 49-50, 52-60, 65-6, 73).  C. Daubigny (16): Le Marais aux Canards; Les Cerfs; Sentier dans les Blés; Le Pont; Le Ruisseau dans la Clairière; Le Grand Parc à Moutons; Le Gu; La Rentrée du Troupeau; La Gardeuse de Chèvres; La Fenaison; L'Ane au Pré; Effet de Nuit; Le Bouquet d'Aunes; Vaches a l'Abreuvoir; La Machine Hydraulique; Vaches sous Bois (L.D. 133-147, 149); E. Delacroix (1): Tigre en Art (L.D. 131); J. Millet (2): La Préaution Maternelle; Femme vidant un Sceau (L.D. 27-8); Th. Rousseau (2): Le Cerisier de la Plante à Biau; La Plaine de la Plante à Biau (L.D. 5-6).

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Bookseller
Riverrun Books & Manuscripts US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
401772
Title
Quarante Clichés-Glace, tirés sur les plaques provenant de la collection de M. Cuvelier
Author
COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille (1796-1875); Charles-François DAUBIGNY (1817-1878); Eugène DELACROIX (1798-1863); Jean-François MILLET (1814-1875); and Théodore ROUSSEAU (1812-1867)
Book condition
Used - From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Maurice Le Garrec
Place of Publication
Paris
Date published
1921
Keywords
Consigned
Bookseller catalogs
Art; Prints;

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