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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Mar. 14, 2024

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Feb. 29, 2024

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Feb. 22, 2024

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Jan. 11, 2024

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Jan. 11, 2024

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859â

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Nov. 17, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Nov. 17, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Oct. 26, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Oct. 12, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Sep. 21, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Sep. 07, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Aug. 24, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Aug. 03, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Jul. 20, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Jun. 29, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Jun. 29, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Jun. 09, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Jun. 09, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      May. 18, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859â

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      May. 18, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie AmÃ

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Apr. 13, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859â

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Apr. 13, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG.

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Feb. 23, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG

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    • PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French
      Feb. 23, 2023

      PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU by Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG.

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    • Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching
      Feb. 04, 2023

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG

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      Dec. 29, 2022

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lucien Quarante (1860-1902) French. Painter and engraver, he was born in Metz (57) in 1860. He died in Paris in 1902. Student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Cabanel and Henriquel-Dupont, he then worked under the towards Laguillermie. He made his debut at the 1887 Salon with a portrait after Franz Hals, which earned him an Honorable Mention. He exhibited regularly at the Salon and particularly reproduced the old masters. He was one of the good collaborators of the newspaper "l'Art". Offered here is an original etching, after a painting by Gustave Courtois. Title is PORTRAIT OF MADAME GAUTHEREAU. Image is approx. 12 x 7.5 in. plus large margins. Madame Pierre Gautreau (the Louisiana-born Virginie Amélie Avegno; 1859–1915) was known in Paris for her artful appearance. Her renown made the papers throughout France, England, and the United States—from Maine to California. "Among the many important portrait studies in the Fine Arts Department [not one has been more discussed, nor is more remarkable, than this presentation of a well-known American Parisienne by Courtois. It might be said also that scarcely one is so beautiful in color. For, notwithstanding her strongly accentuated head, and the stately simplicity of her pose, Madame Gauthereau's beauty lies in the dazzling, slightly improbable, fairness of her skin and the rich auburn of her hair, to which the lustrous whiteness of her dress adds an admirable setting-off. All these blond tones are rendered by the painter with that brilliancy of technique which is so much more frequently found in Paris than in other cities. As if to demonstrate the range of his accomplishments, the painter supplements this "tour de force" with that serious study of a young girl on her death bed, which was, in some respects, his most noticeable exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889. The "Mme. Gauthereau" was painted two years later.” VG

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