January 3, 2017
Paris: aux depens de l'artiste, 1947. A spectacular album of somewhat impressionistic color lithographs, dedicated to the artist's (American) mother, which depict the picturesque scenery of the East Coast from Massachusetts to Virginia, c. 1946. EXCEPTIONALLY, LAID INTO THIS COPY IS A STUNNING ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR BY CLAIRIN ON FINE WOVE PAPER, FULLY SIGNED, TITLED ("ENTREE DU PORT DE GLOUCESTER"), DATED ("15 AOUT 46"), AND DEDICATED ("POUR MANET") IN PENCIL. Printed on fine Lana wove paper. Scenes include Madison Avenue, New York at Night, Sunset Lodge, Rockefeller Center, Westport, East River, Charlottesville, Baltimore, Allbany, University of Virginia, Gloucester Port, and others.
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Pierre-Eugene Clairin was a French artist, widely known as painter, illustrator and engraver. He played a big role in the French R....Read More
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