Neal Prince Trust

VILLON, Jacques (1875-1963), French
Lithograph, "La Loge (after Renoir)"
(10-1/2" x 8-3/8")

(Acquired by the Trust on November 7th, 2011)

This item was deaccession This item was deaccession on November 1, 2016, which it was Auctioned off at Heritage Auctions on May 25th, being that certain 20th Century Design Auction Sale.

Inventory No:NAPT.1999.000603.(image not modified)
Jacques Villon (1875-1963), French, Acquatint and Lithograph, "La Loge (after Renior)", ca.1928, no.: Proof prior to an Edition of 200



Artist:          Jacques Villon (1875-1963) French

Title:            "La Loge (after Renior)" (Ginestet & Pouillon E661)

Date:            1903

Medium:      Original aquatint and etching

Materials:     Colour acquaint on wove paper with original color added by the artist.

Publisher:     Bernheim Jeune Galerie, Paris

Markings:     Signed, on the print and in the margin, the item is the Proof prior to the 200 Edition being Released.

(Note: signed and inscribed Bon a tirer/pour deux cents/epreuves and épreuve acceptée and signed, with some notes to the printer by Jacques Villon in pencil, with full margins )

Dimensions: 10-5/8" x 8-1/2" (Plat)

Dimensions: 20" x 15-1/8" (Sheet)

Framed:        Yes

Inventory No: NAPT.1999.0000603

Provenance: Neal Prince Trust u/a/d 10.18.1999

                   Doyle Auction House, New York, New York

Private Collector


Provenance: Source documentation from Doyle Auction House, New York, New York.


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Jacques Villon (1875-1963) French

Msr. Villon was born in Gaston Duchamp, France on July 31, 1875 in Normandy, France. Under his grandfather’s direction, Emile Frederic Nicolle that Jacques Villon learned engraving and in the summer of 1894 he studied at L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Jacques Villon became quite famous and well received throughout United States and Europe and from the 1940's he was exclusively represented by the Galerie Louis Carre. Villion received honors at various international exhibitions, including first prize at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh in 1950. In 1953 he was exhibited in 1953 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; he was exhibited in Paris in 1959. Jacques Villon died in Puteaux, France on June 9th, 1963.




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