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A BORDEAUX

Etched by Maxime Lalanne 1866

Published by Macmillan, London 1880 in "Etching and Etchers" by Philip Gilbert Hamerton

A very fine original 19th century etching of the harbour and city of Bordeaux, France with numerous ships in view.

An attractive nautical, maritime scene which would frame up nicely for display.

Fine condition other than minor age related blemishes in the margins, free of repairs or restoration.

Printed on robust heavy grade paper, centre fold as issued, blank verso.

Approx. 12" x 8.5" (220mm x 140mm) printed area only with good margins beyond.

Maxime Lalanne (1827-1886) was a prominent French artist from Bordeaux who spent most of his working life in Paris.

He exhibited frequently at the Salon, the official exhibition of the Acadamie des Beaux Arts.

Much of his earlier work was in lithography and charcoal drawing, but he turned to etching in 1863 with immediate success and many awards.

His relationship with the highly influential Cadart Publishing house resulted in over 145 original etchings.

A GENUINE ANTIQUE PRINT GUARANTEED OVER 140 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

FXH1021E

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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BORDEAUX, FRANCE, Maxime Lalanne etching, nautical, maritime antique print 1866

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