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Etcher, Lithographer, Painter, Illustrator, Sculptor, Genre Painter, b. 1859 - d. 1923

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                • Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Sitzender Frauenakt
                  May. 25, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Sitzender Frauenakt

                  Est: -

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Sitzender Frauenakt nackte Frau mit hochgestecktem Haar, bei der Pflege ihrer Füße, Werksverzeichnis Grauzat 91, Radierung mit schönem Plattenton in hellen Brauntönen, 1902, im unteren linken Bereich der Darstellung in Blei signiert "Steinlen", im Papierrand nur teilweise lesbarerer Prägestempel "...Paris", braunfleckig, wasserrandig, und kleiner Einriss an der unteren Blattkante, Darstellungsmaße ca. 30 x 20 cm, Blattmaße ca. 46 x 32,5 cm. Künstlerinfo: französischer Maler, Zeichner, Grafiker und Illustrator mit schweizerischen Wurzeln (1859 Lausanne bis 1923 Paris), ab 1878 als technischer Zeichner in Paris tätig, lebte seit 1883 in Montmatre, hier Bekanntschaft mit Adolphe Wilette und Freundschaft mit Henri de Toulous-Lautrec und als Entwerfer für Kabarett und Zeitschrift „Le Chat Noir“ tätig, 1911 Gründung der Zeitschrift „Les Humorites“ und Tätigkeit als Buchillustrator, Quelle: Wikipedia. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Sitzender Frauenakt nude woman with pinned-up hair, caring for her feet, catalogue raisonné Grauzat 91, etching with beautiful plate tone in light brown tones, 1902, signed "Steinlen" in lead in the lower left area of the depiction, in the paper margin only partially legible embossed stamp "...Paris", brownstain, waterstain, and small tear to lower edge of sheet, dimensions of depiction approx. 30 x 20 cm, dimensions of sheet approx. 46 x 32.5 cm. Artist information: French painter, draughtsman, graphic artist and illustrator with Swiss roots (1859 Lausanne to 1923 Paris), worked as a technical draughtsman in Paris from 1878, lived in Montmatre from 1883, here he met Adolphe Wilette and became friends with Henri de Toulous-Lautrec and worked as a designer for cabaret and the magazine "Le Chat Noir", founded the magazine "Les Humorites" in 1911 and worked as a book illustrator, source: Wikipedia.

                  Auktionshaus Mehlis GmbH
                • THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Characters". Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed.
                  May. 23, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Characters". Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed.

                  Est: €1,200 - €1,500

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Characters". Watercolour and ink on paper. Signed. Size: 21 x 33,5 cm; 36,5 x 48,5 cm (frame). Théophile Alexandre Steinlen was a French-Swiss painter and illustrator of the Art Nouveau period. He also worked in sculpture, both in relief and in the round, as well as in lithography and photography. He trained at the University of Lausanne, his native city, and after completing his studies he began to work in a textile factory in Mulhouse, in eastern France. At the same time he continued to develop his talent as a painter and finally moved to Paris on the advice of the painter François Bocion. There he joined the group of artists grouped around Le Chat Noir. There he began his career as a painter and illustrator, receiving commissions from figures such as Aristide Bruant. In the 1890s he began to exhibit his landscapes, vases and nudes at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris. In the same decade he published his first illustrations and began to cultivate sculpture, mainly depicting cat figures. Since then he has been a regular contributor to the publications "Le Rire" and "Gil Blas", among others, where he published mostly satirical illustrations. He is currently represented in the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the Hermitage in St Petersburg, the National Gallery in Washington D.C., the Metropolitan in New York and other major collections.

                  Setdart Auction House
                • STEINLEN, Theophile Alexandre (1859 – 1923). Journee Serbe....
                  May. 16, 2024

                  STEINLEN, Theophile Alexandre (1859 – 1923). Journee Serbe....

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  STEINLEN, Theophile Alexandre (1859 – 1923). Journee Serbe. 1916. Paris: I Lapina. Shows a group of Serbian soldiers leading civilians as they migrate. Framed. Actual 46 ¼ x 30 ½”. Closed tears; edge wear; original folds. Not examined outside frame. B.

                  Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
                • STEINLEN, Theophile-Alexandre (1859 – 1923). La Traite des ...
                  May. 16, 2024

                  STEINLEN, Theophile-Alexandre (1859 – 1923). La Traite des ...

                  Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                  STEINLEN, Theophile-Alexandre (1859 – 1923). La Traite des Blanches. 1899. Paris: Charles Vernau. French poster advertising the serialized novel, La Traite Des Blanches, appearing in Le Journal. Spotting; original folds; water staining mildew to bottom edge. B-.

                  Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
                • Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Trottin sous la pluie Eau-forte et pointe sèche en couleurs sur vélin Signée en bas...
                  May. 15, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Trottin sous la pluie Eau-forte et pointe sèche en couleurs sur vélin Signée en bas...

                  Est: €400 - €500

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Trottin sous la pluie Eau-forte et pointe sèche en couleurs sur vélin Signée en bas à droite au crayon de couleur rouge Tirage à 32 exemplaires Très légèrement jaunie, légère décoloration en haut au milieu Etching and drypoint in colors on wove paper. Signed at the bottom right in red colored pencil. 32 copies. Slightly yellowed. Sujet : 35,5 x 26,8cm ; Feuillet : 44,5 x 34cm - Image : 13,98 x 10,56 in. ; Sheet : 18,52 x 13,39 in. Expert : Sylvie Collignon Bibliographie : E. de Crauzat 16

                  Tajan
                • Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Lait pur de la Vingeanne stérilisé Affiche lithographique en couleurs, de l'imprimerie...
                  May. 15, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Lait pur de la Vingeanne stérilisé Affiche lithographique en couleurs, de l'imprimerie...

                  Est: €3,000 - €5,000

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Lait pur de la Vingeanne stérilisé Affiche lithographique en couleurs, de l'imprimerie Charles Verneau Epreuve entoilée Quelques pliures et petites déchirures sur les bords, infimes manques dans le bas, plis ondulés, légères taches, petites craquelures Lithographic poster in colors from Charles Verneau press. Linen backed. Some folds and small tears on borders, tiny lacks at the bottom, wavy folds, slight stains 138 x 99cm (rognée d'environ 1cm) - 5,34 x 38,98 in. (cropped on 0,4 in.) Expert : Sylvie Collignon Bibliographie : -E.de Crauzat 491 -R.Bargiel -C.Zagrodzki 16 A1

                  Tajan
                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"
                  May. 12, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"

                  Est: $80 - $100

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau". Reproduction Giclee. 33 x 25. Very good condition

                  Bruce Teleky Inc.
                • THEOPHILE STEINLEN - LA TRAITE DES BLANCHES POSTER
                  May. 08, 2024

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN - LA TRAITE DES BLANCHES POSTER

                  Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Swiss/French, 1859-1923, La Traite des Blanches, 1899, Imp. Charles Verneau, Paris, lithograph poster, linen backed

                  Litchfield Auctions
                • Lot of 2 Les Maitres de L'Affiche Mini Posters.
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Lot of 2 Les Maitres de L'Affiche Mini Posters.

                  Est: $150 - $250

                  This lot contains two French advertisements: Le Coupable by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (Switzerland / France, 1859-1923) and Cirage Jacquot by Lucien Lefevre (France, 1850-1902). The latter comes with a certificate of authenticity from Merrill Chase Galleries. Both bear Maitres de l"Affiche embossments in their lower right corners. They are housed in gilt frames with custom mats. There is Light wear to the frames, and possible discoloration near the prints' embossments. The frames measure 23" x 19" and 24" x 19 1/2". In-house shipping is available. Please see our website regarding our in-house shipping procedures.

                  Direct Auction Galleries, Inc.
                • STEINLEN, THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE: Deux chats.
                  May. 03, 2024

                  STEINLEN, THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE: Deux chats.

                  Est: CHF1,600 - CHF2,500

                  STEINLEN, THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE (Lausanne 1859 - 1923 Paris) : Deux chats; Pochoir auf Seide; 62x50,5 cm (LM); sig. u.l.

                  Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"
                  Apr. 28, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"

                  Est: $80 - $100

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau". Reproduction Giclee. 33 x 25. Very good condition

                  Bruce Teleky Inc.
                • THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Croquis de temps de guerre nº1, 1914, 1915 and 1916". Set of 17 lithographs in blue and black ink on Velin d'Arches paper, copy 163/400.
                  Apr. 23, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Croquis de temps de guerre nº1, 1914, 1915 and 1916". Set of 17 lithographs in blue and black ink on Velin d'Arches paper, copy 163/400.

                  Est: €1,600 - €1,800

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Croquis de temps de guerre nº1, 1914, 1915 and 1916". Set of 17 lithographs in blue and black ink on Velin d'Arches paper, copy 163/400. Ed. La Guerre Paris. Signed and justified. Some of the lithographs are damaged. With its original folder. Measurements: 28 x 38 cm. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen was a French-Swiss painter and illustrator of the modernist period. He also worked the sculpture, both the relief and the round bulk, as well as the lithography and the photography. He was educated at the University of Lausanne, his hometown, and after finishing his studies he began working in a textile factory in Mulhouse, in the east of France. At the same time he continued to develop his talent as a painter, and finally moved to Paris on the advice of the painter François Bocion. There he joined the group of artists grouped around Le Chat Noir. There he began his career as a painter and illustrator, receiving commissions from people like Aristide Bruant. In the 1890s he began to exhibit his landscapes, vases and nudes at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris. In the same decade he published his first illustrations and began to cultivate sculpture, mainly representing cat figures. From then on he collaborated regularly with the publications "Le Rire" and "Gil Blas", among others, where he published mostly satirical illustrations. He is currently represented in the Louvre and Orsay Museums in Paris, the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, the National Gallery in Washington D.C., the Metropolitan in New York and other important collections.

                  Setdart Auction House
                • THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Opera Helle". Lithographic poster. Work catalogued in "Steinlen Affichiste," p. 49.
                  Apr. 23, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Opera Helle". Lithographic poster. Work catalogued in "Steinlen Affichiste," p. 49.

                  Est: €1,500 - €1,600

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859 - France, 1923). "Opera Helle". Lithographic poster. Work catalogued in "Steinlen Affichiste", p. 49. Measures: 77 x 58 cm; 89 x 70 cm. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen was a French-Swiss painter and illustrator of the Art Nouveau period. He also worked in sculpture, both in relief and in the round, as well as in lithography and photography. He studied at the University of Lausanne, his native city, and after completing his studies he began to work in a textile factory in Mulhouse, in eastern France. At the same time he continued to develop his talent as a painter and finally moved to Paris on the advice of the painter François Bocion. There he joined the group of artists grouped around Le Chat Noir. There he began his career as a painter and illustrator, receiving commissions from figures such as Aristide Bruant. In the 1890s he began to exhibit his landscapes, vases and nudes at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris. In the same decade he published his first illustrations and began to cultivate sculpture, mainly depicting cat figures. Since then he has been a regular contributor to the publications "Le Rire" and "Gil Blas", among others, where he published mostly satirical illustrations. He is currently represented in the Louvre and Orsay Museums in Paris, the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, the National Gallery in Washington D.C., the Metropolitan in New York and other major collections.

                  Setdart Auction House
                • Original 1918 Steinlen Aisne Devastee Poster Before Te
                  Apr. 20, 2024

                  Original 1918 Steinlen Aisne Devastee Poster Before Te

                  Est: $600 - $800

                  Steinlen, Theophile-Alexandre 1859 - 1923 No Text (L'Aisne Dévastée) Lithograph 1918 45.6 x 31.4 in. (116 x 80 cm) Printer: no information Condition Details: (A) on linen, signed -Steinlen- in pencil/crayon at the lower right, minimal staining at the edges#France #World War I #Children #Mother & Child #Signed by Artist

                  PosterConnection Inc.
                • Original 1916 WW I Steinlen Military Poster Save Serbia
                  Apr. 20, 2024

                  Original 1916 WW I Steinlen Military Poster Save Serbia

                  Est: $500 - $700

                  Steinlen, Theophile-Alexandre 1859 - 1923 Save Serbia Lithograph 1916 36.2 x 24 in. (92 x 61 cm) Printer: no information Condition Details: (B+) on linen, small prof. repaired tears, creases and losses at the edges#France #World War I #Serbia

                  PosterConnection Inc.
                • THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade.
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade.

                  Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                  THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade. Color lithograph, 1909. 490x595 mm; 19¼x24⅜ inches, wide margins. Edition of 250. Signed in pencil, center left recto below the wooden railing. Printed by Engelmann, Paris. Published by Sagot, Paris. A superb impression with vibrant colors. Crauzat 292.

                  Swann Auction Galleries
                • THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923)
                  Apr. 15, 2024

                  THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923)

                  Est: $400 - $600

                  THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923) Horse and Buggy, Coloured pencil drawing, Signed lower left, 9.5 x 18.5cm

                  Scammells Auctions
                • THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923)
                  Apr. 15, 2024

                  THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923)

                  Est: $400 - $600

                  THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Switzerland, 1859-1923) Rhesus Monkey Sketch, Pencil on paper, Signed lower right, 20 x 13cm

                  Scammells Auctions
                • THEOPHILE STEINLEN FRENCH LITHOGRAPH AND ETCHING
                  Apr. 13, 2024

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN FRENCH LITHOGRAPH AND ETCHING

                  Est: $100 - $150

                  A pair of prints on paper by Theophile Steinlen, 1859 to 1923, a Swiss-born French Art Nouveau painter and printmaker. First. Etching depicting a man walking through the snow. Titled Vagabond sous le neige, Vagabond in the Snow. Dated 1902. Signed by the artist in plate in the lower left. Cardboard mat. Second. Lithograph representing two soldiers. Titled Dialogue in plate above. Signed by the artist and dated 1915 in plate in the lower right. Numbered 58 out of 400 in pencil in the lower right. Collectible Graphic Art Prints.

                  Antique Arena Inc
                • THEOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN, LAIT PUR DE LA VINGEANNE STERILISE, LITHOGRAPH POSTER
                  Apr. 13, 2024

                  THEOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN, LAIT PUR DE LA VINGEANNE STERILISE, LITHOGRAPH POSTER

                  Est: $375 - $475

                  Artist: Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, After, French/Swiss (1859 - 1923) Title: Lait pur de la Vingeanne Sterilise Year: circa 1980 Medium: Lithograph Poster Size: 32.5 in. x 23 in. (82.55 cm x 58.42 cm)

                  RoGallery
                • THEOPHILE STEINLEN, 1859 - 1923, Conciliabule, lithograph, ed. 60/100, 42.5 x 54 cm. (16.7 x 21.2 in.), frame: 64 x 76 x 3 cm. (25.2 x 29.9 x 1.1 in.)
                  Apr. 11, 2024

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN, 1859 - 1923, Conciliabule, lithograph, ed. 60/100, 42.5 x 54 cm. (16.7 x 21.2 in.), frame: 64 x 76 x 3 cm. (25.2 x 29.9 x 1.1 in.)

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN 1859 - 1923 Conciliabule lithograph, ed. 60/100 signed lower left

                  Lawsons
                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"
                  Apr. 07, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau"

                  Est: $80 - $100

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen -"La Rue - Affiches Charles Verneau". Reproduction Giclee. 33 x 25. Very good condition

                  Bruce Teleky Inc.
                • Theophile Steinlen (1859-1923) Franzosische Kunstausstellung Zu Krefeld Lithograph Poster
                  Apr. 02, 2024

                  Theophile Steinlen (1859-1923) Franzosische Kunstausstellung Zu Krefeld Lithograph Poster

                  Est: $200 - $2,000

                  DESCRIPTION: Art Nouveau lithograph by Theophile Steinlen (THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN) advertising a French art exhibition in Krefeld and featuring a sketch of a woman holding a flower. Marked: 'IMP. Eugene Verneau Paris' CIRCA: Early 20th Century ORIGIN: Germany DIMENSIONS: With frame - H: 37.5" W: 1.5" L: 26" Without frame - H: 32.5" L: 21" CONDITION: Minor wrinkles in poster from folding; tiny bits of wear along edges, mostly on folds Unless otherwise stated, all information provided is the opinion of our specialists. Should you have any specific questions regarding the condition of this lot, please use the ask question button or send us an email.

                  Akiba Galleries
                • THEOPHILE STEINLEN, 1859 - 1923, Conciliabule, lithograph, ed. 60/100, 42.5 x 54 cm. (16.7 x 21.2 in.), frame: 64 x 76 x 3 cm. (25.2 x 29.9 x 1.1 in.)
                  Mar. 27, 2024

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN, 1859 - 1923, Conciliabule, lithograph, ed. 60/100, 42.5 x 54 cm. (16.7 x 21.2 in.), frame: 64 x 76 x 3 cm. (25.2 x 29.9 x 1.1 in.)

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  THEOPHILE STEINLEN 1859 - 1923 Conciliabule lithograph, ed. 60/100 signed lower left

                  Lawsons
                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (Swiss, 1859-1923) Lithograph Assortment
                  Mar. 24, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (Swiss, 1859-1923) Lithograph Assortment

                  Est: $400 - $600

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (Swiss, 1859-1923) Lithograph Assortment (6) total items, all signed lower right, including an 1885 'Dans La Rou', a 'Marguette', a 1902 'LaBouge' and (2) not having titles but signed, some having COAs and Merrill Chase labels; together with a Toulouse Lautrec 'Chat Noir' Property from: an Estate, Chicago (River North), Illinois Category: Fine Art > Prints & Multiples Estimated Sale Time: 11:37 am CST Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Last modified: March 6, 2024, 1:44 pm

                  Leonard Auction
                • Theophile Steinlen, French 1912.. Signe and numbered lithograph. Man and woman on a path. Signed lower right 121/175. Framed. Sight size 11 x 18.5 in, overall size 20.5 x 28 in
                  Mar. 24, 2024

                  Theophile Steinlen, French 1912.. Signe and numbered lithograph. Man and woman on a path. Signed lower right 121/175. Framed. Sight size 11 x 18.5 in, overall size 20.5 x 28 in

                  Est: $200 - $300

                  Theophile Steinlen, French 1912.. Signe and numbered lithograph. Man and woman on a path. Signed lower right 121/175. Framed. Sight size 11 x 18.5 in, overall size 20.5 x 28 in

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Theophile Steinlen (French 1859-1923) lithograph
                  Mar. 23, 2024

                  Theophile Steinlen (French 1859-1923) lithograph

                  Est: $60 - $120

                  Le Rire lithograph in colors, matted and framed.    10 1/8 x 9"

                  Rachel Davis Fine Arts
                • STEINLEN, Théophile-Alexandre (*1859 Lausanne †1923 Paris),
                  Mar. 23, 2024

                  STEINLEN, Théophile-Alexandre (*1859 Lausanne †1923 Paris),

                  Est: -

                  STEINLEN, Théophile-Alexandre (*1859 Lausanne †1923 Paris), Lithografie, Exodus, links unten drucksign und -dat 1915, Plattenmaß 35 x 50 cm, gebräunt/fleckig, Passepartoutmontage, 2x randig eingerissen (je ca 1cm)

                  zeitGenossen Antiquitäten - Kunst - Design
                • Theophile Steinlen Lithograph of Women in Frame
                  Mar. 21, 2024

                  Theophile Steinlen Lithograph of Women in Frame

                  Est: $50 - $100

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen Lithograph of Women in Frame Signed in Print. Framed measures 17 inches x 14 inches.

                  Greenwich Auction
                • "Etudes de portraits d'hommes" crayon bleu sur pap…
                  Mar. 19, 2024

                  "Etudes de portraits d'hommes" crayon bleu sur pap…

                  Est: €300 - €400

                  "Etudes de portraits d'hommes" crayon bleu sur papier. Signé en bas à droite du cachet d'atelier de Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen. Ecole française. Dim.:+/-104x100mm.

                  Vanderkindere
                • "Etudes d'hommes aux chapeaux haut-de-forme et de …
                  Mar. 19, 2024

                  "Etudes d'hommes aux chapeaux haut-de-forme et de …

                  Est: €600 - €800

                  "Etudes d'hommes aux chapeaux haut-de-forme et de visages d'hommes et de femmes" mine de plombe sur papier. Signé en bas au milieu du cachet d'atelier de Théophile Alexandre Steinlen. Ecole française. Dim.:+/-170x240mm.

                  Vanderkindere
                • THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade.
                  Mar. 14, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade.

                  Est: $5,000 - $8,000

                  THÉOPHILE STEINLEN L'Été, Chat sur une Balustrade. Color lithograph, 1909. 490x595 mm; 19¼x24⅜ inches, wide margins. Edition of 250. Signed in pencil, center left recto on the wooden railing. Printed by Engelmann, Paris. Published by Sagot, Paris. A superb impression with vibrant colors. Crauzat 292.

                  Swann Auction Galleries
                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Swiss/French (1859-1923), Aubade pour Elle (Morning) 1901 from Chansons d’Atelier, Lithograph pub. P Delmet, Enoch et CIe, Paris 1901
                  Mar. 11, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Swiss/French (1859-1923), Aubade pour Elle (Morning) 1901 from Chansons d’Atelier, Lithograph pub. P Delmet, Enoch et CIe, Paris 1901

                  Est: $200 - $400

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen Swiss/French (1859-1923) Aubade pour Elle (Morning) 1901 from Chansons d'Atelier Lithograph pub. P Delmet, Enoch et CIe, Paris 1901 Signed lower right in plate

                  Theodore Bruce Auctioneers & Valuers
                • Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Le Chat Noir Enseign
                  Mar. 09, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Le Chat Noir Enseign

                  Est: €8,000 - €12,000

                  Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) Le Chat Noir Enseigne en tôle découpée et ajourée peinte H : 76 cm - L : 131 cm (soudure à une patte arrière, en état d’usage) Exposition : Maison de la Poésie - Théâtre Molière (Paris), 2005 Historique : -Rodolphe Salis, propriétaire du cabaret « Le Chat Noir », fondé en 1881, commanda pour son établissement deux enseignes à Adolphe Willette, et une troisième à Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, peintre, graveur, illustrateur, affichiste et sculpteur célèbre, artiste emblématique de Montmartre. -Ces trois enseignes ont toutes été achetées par le Docteur Bastard lors de la vente de la Succession Rodolphe Salis à Châtellerault le 30 septembre 1965. -En 2006, la fille du Docteur Bastard a cédé l’une des deux enseignes de Willette au Musée Carnavalet, la seconde (vente Osenat du 25 mai 2019) et celle-ci de Steinlen au propriétaire actuel.

                  Osenat
                • Französische Kunstausstellung zu Krefeld. 1907.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Französische Kunstausstellung zu Krefeld. 1907.

                  Est: $2,500 - $3,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 23 1/2 x 36 1/2 in./59.8 x 92.8 cm PRINTER: Imp. Eugène Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: A charcoal-style drawing of a woman holding a red flower leads a poster inviting us, in German, to an exhibition of French art in Krefeld. Even with Steinlen's artistic diversity taken into consideration, this poster remains something of a departure from his usual warm aesthetic, and is instead reverent, enigmatic, and haunting. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Exhibitions)

                  Poster Auctions International Inc
                • Le Journal / La Traite des Blanches. 1899.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Le Journal / La Traite des Blanches. 1899.

                  Est: $5,000 - $6,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 48 3/8 x 62 3/4 in./123 x 159.4 cm PRINTER: Imp. Charle Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: “Quite a few literary works of this era first saw the light of day as installments printed in daily or weekly papers... A major novel appearing in a trickle would hold readers for several months, with the hope that [readers] would get used to the paper’s other features and remain loyal afterwards. The lure of a new sensational novel was often used to advertise the paper itself. And sensational is the word for this poster advertising installments of ‘White Slavery.’ It depicts a heartless pimp with three of his victims. One is arguing passionately for her freedom, one seems resigned to her fate, and one in utter despair” (Gold, p. 66). This uncensored, larger format of the poster—seen here without the top text banner—is the rarest of all versions. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Literary)

                  Poster Auctions International Inc
                • Chat Noir / Prochainement. 1896.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Chat Noir / Prochainement. 1896.

                  Est: $17,000 - $20,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 38 x 54 5/8 in./96.5 x 138.7 cm PRINTER: Imp. Charles Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: One of the world's most famous posters, and an icon of Art Nouveau, Steinlen's "Chat Noir" plays on some of Mucha's signature flairs—the cat's halo, the curve of the tail redolent of Mucha-maidens' tousled hair—to create an indelible symbol at once wicked, subversive, seductive, and silly. Steinlen morphed his favorite subject into a new siren for the Parisian nightclub scene. It was so popular that it was used in a variety of forms over the years. Later, after Rodolphe Salis fell ill and was unable to perform with the company, the “avec” preceding his name was replaced with “de,” both as a tip-on and in a new edition of the poster. This is the large format version of the design. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Cabaret; Animals; Cats)

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                • Motocycles Comiot. 1899.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Motocycles Comiot. 1899.

                  Est: $20,000 - $25,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 52 5/8 x 77 3/8 in./133.6 x 196.6 cm PRINTER: Imp. Charles Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: Based off of models by Dion-Bouton, Comiot Cycles was a short-lived brand produced around the turn of the century. “For Comiot, Steinlen signs one of his most famous works. The machine, a motorized bicycle, is barely visible in the composition, but the sensation of speed is very present: the movement of the scarf and the long dress; the noisy flight of the frightened geese. Thanks to this engine, the young woman, though haughty, crosses the countryside with elegance and ease. In the background, Steinlen evokes... with a vigorous line a couple of peasants in the fields, bent over their hoes: one immediately thinks of the compositions of Millet or the sketches of van Gogh. The political commitment, the sensitivity of the artist, and his animal talent are reflected in the realism of this poster” (Ailes, p. 22). This is the larger, two-sheet version. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Bicycles; Animals)

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                • Lait pur Stérilisé. 1894.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Lait pur Stérilisé. 1894.

                  Est: $14,000 - $17,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 37 7/8 x 55 1/8 in./96.3 x 140 cm PRINTER: DESCRIPTION: All the warmth, humanity, and affection for which Steinlen is so loved comes through gloriously in this poster for the newly marketed “lait stérilisé” that was touted over the “lait ordinaire” at that time. Charles Knowles Bolton, writing a year after its publication, proclaimed that this “is perhaps the most attractive poster ever made. No man with half a heart could fail to fall in love with the child.” Louis Rhead himself commented: “When I saw it in Paris last year... it seemed to me the best and brightest form of advertising that had appeared.” This is the medium format version. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Food/Drink; Animals; Cats)

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                • Ambassadeurs / Yvette Guilbert. 1894.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Ambassadeurs / Yvette Guilbert. 1894.

                  Est: $5,000 - $6,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 30 5/8 x 71 7/8 in./77.8 x 183.2 cm PRINTER: Imp. Charles Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: "Les Ambassadeurs, where the greatest names of café-concert appeared, welcomes in 1894 Yvette Guilbert, the greatest singer of the period... Steinlen's very classical poster shows the stage and a section of the house... as seen from the stage. Yvette Guilbert is shown with her customary chignon and her traditional stage attire, including her famous long black gloves" (Folies-Bergère, p. 7). Her biographers tell us that "in spite of a rainy month every seat in the garden (of the Ambassadeurs) continued to be filled" (Knapp and Chipman, p. 141). No doubt Steinlen's poster had something to do with that success. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Music)

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                • Affiches Charles Verneau. "La Rue." 1896.
                  Mar. 03, 2024

                  Affiches Charles Verneau. "La Rue." 1896.

                  Est: $60,000 - $80,000

                  ARTIST: THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923) SIZE: 114 3/4 x 91 1/2 in./291.3 x 232.5 cm PRINTER: Imp. Charles Verneau, Paris DESCRIPTION: Exhibited: La Belle Epoque, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, 1982 Timeless Images, Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, 1984 “One of Steinlen’s finest lithographic achievements was a huge, six-sheet poster for Affiches Charles Verneau. The bustling street scene is alive with an assortment of colorful Montmartre types, prominent among them the artist’s daughter, Colette, with a hoop, being carefully led by her mother, Emilie. Note how Steinlen shows the working class side by side with the smartly dressed bourgeois, giving them equal dignity—one of his most endearing traits” (Wine Spectator, p. 110). Ruth Iskin indicates that while "this was surely an idealized rendition of the poster's mixed audience... Steinlen was celebrating the street as a democratic space" (Iskin, p. 200). L’Estampe et l’Affiche concluded its ecstatic review of this poster by declaring “One can’t applaud it enough” (1897, p. 20). Seldom available for sale, this poster is best viewed in person to be truly appreciated. (Art Nouveau; Artist: Steinlen; Posters on Posters)

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                • Theophile Steinlen Lithograph of Women in Frame
                  Feb. 29, 2024

                  Theophile Steinlen Lithograph of Women in Frame

                  Est: $50 - $100

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Swiss 1859 – 1923, Lithograph of Women in Frame Signed in Print. Framed measures 17 inches x 14 inches.

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                • Biblioteque nationale
                  Feb. 27, 2024

                  Biblioteque nationale

                  Est: CHF400 - CHF500

                  Frankreich, 1953

                  Guido Tön AG
                • THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), "LE PETIT SOU"
                  Feb. 27, 2024

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), "LE PETIT SOU"

                  Est: €200 - €300

                  THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), "LE PETIT SOU" Lithograph poster glued on canvas and plywood. Framed. Wear and small restorations. Dim.: 136x96 cm.

                  Renascimento
                • Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), Musee De Montmartre, Juin a September 1977, Original Exhibition Poster, Colour lithograph
                  Feb. 26, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), Musee De Montmartre, Juin a September 1977, Original Exhibition Poster, Colour lithograph

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen Switzerland (1859-1923) Musee De Montmartre, Juin a September 1977, Original Exhibition Poster Colour lithograph Arte Paris, S.P.A.D.E.M

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                • Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), juin - septembre, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, Colour lithograph, pub. Arte Paris, Original Exhibition Poster
                  Feb. 26, 2024

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), juin - septembre, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, Colour lithograph, pub. Arte Paris, Original Exhibition Poster

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), juin - septembre, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, Colour lithograph, pub. Arte Paris, Original Exhibition Poster, aged discoloured paper, slight foxing to back, not framed

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                • Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), Citta Di Torino, Assessorato Per La Cultura, Musei Civici, Steinlen, Losanna 1859 - Parigi 1923, Galleria Civiva D'arte Moderna, Maggio - Luglio 1980, Original Exhib
                  Feb. 26, 2024

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Switzerland (1859-1923), Citta Di Torino, Assessorato Per La Cultura, Musei Civici, Steinlen, Losanna 1859 - Parigi 1923, Galleria Civiva D'arte Moderna, Maggio - Luglio 1980, Original Exhib

                  Est: $80 - $120

                  Theophile Alexandre Steinlen Switzerland (1859-1923) Citta Di Torino, Assessorato Per La Cultura, Musei Civici, Steinlen, Losanna 1859 - Parigi 1923, Galleria Civiva D'arte Moderna, Maggio - Luglio 1980, Original Exhibition Poster Colour lithograph Ages Arti Grafiche - Torino

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                • THEOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN, LA TRIENNALE: EXPOSITION D'ART FRANCAIS, LITHOGRAPH POSTER
                  Feb. 24, 2024

                  THEOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN, LA TRIENNALE: EXPOSITION D'ART FRANCAIS, LITHOGRAPH POSTER

                  Est: $3,700 - $5,000

                  Artist: Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, French/Swiss (1859 - 1923) Title: La Triennale: Exposition d'Art Francais Year: 1916 Medium: Lithograph Poster Size: 59 x 50.5 in. (149.86 x 128.27 cm)

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