Auguste Pequegnot 1862 Dieterlin - Fountain

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Artist Biography:

Auguste Pequegnot [1819–1878] was French painter and engraver, painting landscapes and beautiful women, studying under the Master Ciceri, He produced a series of one hundred etchings of ornaments, vases, and decorations designed by "the masters." The prints are of a wide variety of architectural, sculptural, and decorative arts ornament, finely etched or engraved by Pequegnot after such famous artists as Raphael, Durer, Boucher, Watteau, Berain, Guido Reni, Daniel Marot, etc. Together they are a compendium of architectural ornament from the Renaissance through Louis XIV, XV, and XVI periods, ending with the French Empire of the early 19th Century.

Date:

1862; Period volumes were published [1856 – 1868]

Source:

Ornements, Vases et Décorations d'apres les Maitres.

Volume:

VI of XII

Plate No.:

266

Description:

Dieterlin - Fountain

Print Method:

Copperplate Engraving on laid paper, in black, sepia, or sanguine ink. Professionally Hand-Coloring.

Condition:

Minor foxing - Overall Excellent

Size of Print:

240 x 315 mm. Approximately (9.5 x 12.5 inches)

Size of Leaf:

23.2 x 17.0 cm.[approximately 9.13 x 6.69 in.]

References:

Cartier, Hans Nadelhoffe pg. 34; Les Graveurs du XIX siecle Volume three Pgs 262 – 263; E. Benezeit, Dictionnaire Des Peintres Scukoteurs Dessinateurs et Graveurs Volume 8 pg 211.

Price:
$50.00
SKU:
50680
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