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Reference: S42269
Author Charles Emil JACQUE
Year: 1845
Measures: 204 x 120 mm
€200.00

  • New
Reference: S42269
Author Charles Emil JACQUE
Year: 1845
Measures: 204 x 120 mm
€200.00

Description

Etching, signed and dated on plate, upper left: 'Ch. J. 1845'. First state of two, before numbering. Excellent condition.

Two peasant standing in a field behind an ox-drawn plough. From the series: 20 sujets composés et gravés à l'eau-forte par Ch. Jacques.

Charles Émile Jacque (1813 – 1894), was a painter and etcher, also lithographer, designer of wood-engravings and illustrator; born in Paris, brother of Léon Jacque. Attached to a regiment at the Siege of Antwerp; spent two years in England (including 1838), producing wood-engravings. After his military service, travelled frequently to Burgundy where his family had settled since 1830. Settled in Paris, but prolonged stays in Barbizon. According to Guiffrey, between 1837 and 1843, Jacque produced lithographs and designs for wood-engravings and was commissioned by editors of illustrated publications.

References:

Guiffrey, L'Oeuvre de Charles Jacque: catalogue de ses eaux-fortes et pointes sèches (79).

 

Charles Emil JACQUE (1813 – 1894)

Charles Émile Jacque, was a painter and etcher, also lithographer, designer of wood-engravings and illustrator; born in Paris, brother of Léon Jacque. Attached to a regiment at the Siege of Antwerp; spent two years in England (including 1838), producing wood-engravings. After his military service, travelled frequently to Burgundy where his family had settled since 1830. Settled in Paris, but prolonged stays in Barbizon. According to Guiffrey, between 1837 and 1843, Jacque produced lithographs and designs for wood-engravings and was commissioned by editors of illustrated publications.

Charles Emil JACQUE (1813 – 1894)

Charles Émile Jacque, was a painter and etcher, also lithographer, designer of wood-engravings and illustrator; born in Paris, brother of Léon Jacque. Attached to a regiment at the Siege of Antwerp; spent two years in England (including 1838), producing wood-engravings. After his military service, travelled frequently to Burgundy where his family had settled since 1830. Settled in Paris, but prolonged stays in Barbizon. According to Guiffrey, between 1837 and 1843, Jacque produced lithographs and designs for wood-engravings and was commissioned by editors of illustrated publications.