Discovering the works of Félix Buhot
Between Romanticism and Impressionism, Félix Buhot (1847-1898) is credited with reviving art of etching in late nineteenth-century. The gallery is pleased to present in its most current catalog a selection of engravings, most of which come directly from the artist’s family, in order to pay tribute to this whimsical and inventive engraver.
1 National Holiday on the Boulevard de Clichy, 1878. Etching, drypoint and aquatint, 320 × 240, margins 485 × 335 (Bourcard and Goodfriend 127 vii/viii). Artist’s red stamp (Lugt 977).
2 The Little Marine, Souvenir of Medway, 1879. Etching, drypoint, aquatint and roulette, 169 × 217, margins 275 × 360 mm (Bourcard 153 v/v, Goodfriend 153 vi/vi).