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Georges Rouault - Couches de soleil (1947)

Georges Rouault - Couches de soleil (1947)

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Original Heliogravure by Georges Rouault "Couches de soleil" for "Stella Vespertina" portfolio (1947)

Georges Rouault's Couches de soleil (1947) is an original heliogravure print. This work of art is a stunning example of Rouault's signature style, featuring bold colors and a unique composition. The print is a beautiful representation of the artist's mastery of the medium, and is sure to be a treasured addition to any collection.

Rouault's Couches de soleil is a vibrant and captivating piece of art. The print features a striking blend of colors and shapes, creating a mesmerizing effect. The composition is both dynamic and harmonious, making it a truly remarkable work of art.

This original heliogravure print is a must-have for any art enthusiast. It is a timeless piece that will be admired for years to come. Add Georges Rouault's Couches de soleil to your collection today.

  • Date: 1947
  • Edition of 2000 on Marais paper
  • Signed by Rouault in the plate (not by hand)
  • Medium: Original Heliogravure, unframed
  • Size: 19 1/2 x 15 1/4 in. (47 x 37 cm)
  • The image measures 9 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches (20 x 30cm)
  • Printer: Draeger Freres, Paris
  • Publisher: Rene Drouin, Paris
  • Good condition, The image has been tipped (lightly mounted) by the publisher onto a larger support sheet of gray vellum paper.  

Rouault “achieved striking effects in his prints by unothodox means, mixing techniques and tools and sometimes working by hand a plate onto which his original gouache sketch had been photographed” (Artist and the Book, 179). His Stella Vespertina is one of the great personal views on the subject of artistic intention. In it Rouault reflects that “the conscience of an artist worthy of the name is like an incurable disease which causes him endless torment but occasionally fills him with silent joy.”

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