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Le Confrère Toulousain / Original Charcoal, Watercolor, And Gouache Drawing by Jacques Villon

Le Confrère Toulousain / Original Charcoal, Watercolor, And Gouache Drawing
by Jacques Villon

Available at Sylvan Cole Gallery

Prints

Mixed Media

1905

Edition Size: UNIQUE DRAWING

Sheet Size: 48 x 30 cm

Reference: Ginestet & Pouillon I 206 (described and reproduced on p. 477)

Signed

Condition: Pristine

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A LARGE AND STUNNING ORIGINAL CHARCOAL, WATERCOLOR, AND GOUACHE BARBERSHOP SCENE by JACQUES VILLON.

A full-page reproduction of this drawing was published in Le Courrier Français (vol. XXII, nº 27 / July 6, 1905). It is described and reproduced in Ginestet & Pouillon’s catalogue raisonné of Villon’s prints and illustrations (I 206, p. 477).

Signed in charcoal by Villon, and dedicated in pen “à l’ami Aymé Kunc”. Aymé Kunc (1877-1958) was a celebrated composer and served and director of the Toulouse Conservatory (1914-1944).

A fabulous and important drawing in Villon’s early style.

(On the verso is another drawing by Villon: a much smaller, beautifully-executed sketch of an elegant woman.)

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Jacques Villon

Jacques Villon (1875 – 1963) was a French modern artist and printmaker and was the brother of Marcel Duchamp.

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