New Catalogue, The Paul Prouté Gallery
The Paul Prouté gallery invites you to discover its latest catalog n°164 dedicated to the origins of lithography in France (1804 – 1818). Online catalog is available on the gallery’s website.
Pierre-Nolasque BERGERET (Bordeaux 1782 – Paris 1863). The Dawdlers of The Rue du Coq, 1804. Lithograph enhanced with watercolor, 215 × 375 mm, margins 240 × 395 mm, edited by the lithographic printing house located at 24, rue Saint Sébastien. Provenance : Gabriel Cognacq (Lugt 538d), P. Prouté (L. 2103c). Reference : IFF ( Inventory of The BNF collections) Not defined, Bonafous-Murat 1987 n°1, Chappey 45.
Jean-François BOSIO (Monaco 1764 – Paris 1827). A Walk through The Tuileries Garden, between 1816 and 1818.. Lithograph, 365 × 560 mm, margins 440 × 615 mm, printed by Godefroy Engelmann. Provenance : P. Prouté (Lugt 2103c). Reference : Béraldi 1-4, IFF (Inventory of The BNF collections) Not defined.
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