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Léandre, Charles Lucien

Soggetto umoristico galante

Antique Soggetto umoristico galante
€380.00

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Eigenschaften
  • Paris
  • 1880
  • Lithograph
  • artwork
  • ca. 1880
  • 61 x 45 cm (24 x 17,75 inches).
  • 34586
  • In excellent condition

Article description

Article description

Original antique lithograph. Original ltihograph, signed in the stone on the lower right, with collections stamp in the lower left corner. Depicted is a partly undressed young woman with a putto like figure above her head. Some sheperd motives under and right next to her. Charles Lucien Léandre (June 22, 1862 in Champsecret, Orne department; † May 24, 1934 in Montmartre, Paris) was a French illustrator, caricaturist and painter. At the age of 16, Léandre came to Paris in 1878 and became a student in the studio of the painter Émile Bin. With his support, he was accepted at the École des Beaux-Arts together with his fellow student Maurice Eliot. He was there u. a. taught by Alexandre Cabanel. From 1887 Léandre was able to regularly participate in the annual exhibitions of the Salon de Paris. This drew attention to him and he was invited to participate in the 1889 World's Fair, as well as that of 1900. At that time, Léandre was already considered one of the most important illustrators of his time. In 1904, Léandre was instrumental in founding the Société des Peintres Humoristes Français. Charles Lucien Léandre died four weeks before his 72nd birthday on May 24, 1934 in Paris and found his final resting place in the Cimetière de Montmartre. (Wikipedia)
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