Charles Toussaint (1849-1911) after Henner - Late 19th Century Etching, A Martyr
DescriptionAn etching by of a female martyr after a lost painting by Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905). The original artist's signature is within the image to the upper-right corner. Signed in plate by Toussaint to the centre of the lower edge. On thick wove.
There is some minor surface dirt. Otherwise in very good condition.
17.2 x 23.4cm (6.8" x 9.2")Sheet: 24.7 x 33.9cm (9.7" x 13.3")
Charles Henri Toussaint (1849-1911) was a French painter, illustrator, and engraver. He was the father of the painter and illustrator Maurice Toussaint (1882-1974). Charles Henri Toussaint was a pupil of Leon Gaucherel, Brunet-Debaines, and C. Waltner. He exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1874, 1876, 1884, 1899, and 1900. He married Louise Bedelet, daughter of the publisher and Parisian bookseller Amadeus Bedelet. He is known for his many etchings of the architecture of Paris and provincial cities such as Amiens, Rouen, and Reims. He also created etchings of English cities, such as Oxford, Cambridge, and Liverpool.
|Artist||Charles Toussaint (1849-1911) after Henner|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||17.2 x 23.4cm|
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