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Jacques Villon, La Parisienne, Tournée a Droit, 1902(104 views)
Ginestet Pouillon 74, Proof between a and b. Signed in pencil lower right margin: " Jacques Villon". A fine impression in fine condition, aside from ink stains in the left and bottom margins, a 1/2 inch brown stain in the top right corner of the image, and printing creases in the right margin. Sheet measures 25 1/8 x 19 3/8 inches. From the collection of Professor and Mrs. Daniel Bell, Cambridge, MA.
A master draughtsman and printmaker, French artist Jacques Villon (1875-1963) is credited with creating a purely graphic language for Cubism. His long career bridged the artistic evolution in Paris from Impressionism to Cubism, and one can follow all the phases of this transition in his graphic art. While Villon’s earliest works exude the fashionable elegance of the Belle Époque, his later etchings and drypoints are masterpieces of Cubist structure.
Dimensions: 18 1/2 X 14 5/8 in.
Artist or Maker: Villon, Jacques, French (1875-1963)
Medium: Etching and aquatint
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