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Lot No. 117

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current bid: $400
hi bidder: ***2774

Paul Cezanne

Danish/French 1830-1903
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    lithograph in black on simili Japon paper, 1896-1898, , from the edition of around 25 in black, As printed by Clot, Paris, published by Vollard, Paris.

  • Condition: A good impression with full margins. Printed on simili Japon paper with a buff tone. This paper was used extensively in the early 20th century. Unfortunately many example have experienced light bleaching and are no longer buff colored as this copy which is unfaded and fresh.
  • Sheet: : 25 × 18 3/4 inches (63.5 × 47.6 cm)
  • Plate:
  • References: As illustrated and recorded in the Paul Cherpin catalog, "L'Oeuvre Grave De Cezanne Bulletin Nos. 81 & 82" published by Arts Et Livres De Provence, Marseille, 1972. No. 1158.
  • Framing: Framed in accordance with accepted conservation standards, acid free mats and mounts, removable hinging.
  • Note: From the Vollard edition of 1920 printed in a black ink and which was limited to 25 according to Venturi.

    The work on this edition was started around 1914 with an intended edition of 125 but interrupted by the war. Approximately 100 were printed in grey on laid paper.Vollard requested a printing in black after the war from the printer, as here, to complete the edition. The Vollard printing was only 25 and intended to complete the edition of 125 started before the war. None were signed.

    Cezanne did a number of self-portraits in oil, drawing and water color as well as this print. Most favored this right profile. This monochrome version is especially helpful in conveying the intensity of the artist with his prominent bulging eyes noted by many observers.
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* Estimates do not include 28% buyer's premium (see Terms and Conditions). NR means no reserve (minimum bid $50 unless otherwise posted). Estimates in other currencies based on conversion rates of Euro: 1.02 , British Pound 0.84, Swiss Fr 1.04. All conversion values are approximate with the final cost determined in dollars.
workcode: pc-2001a-27