IDBURY PRINTS

Symbolism is a style that emerged in the decadent last decades of the nineteenth century, in tandem with the writings of Baudelaire and Huysman, Rimbaud and Verlaine. It sought a saturation of the senses that privileged the dream world over that of everyday reality. Key figures included Fernand Khnopff, Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, and Félicien Rops. We have a few Symbolist prints from the pioneers of the movement (Rops, Puvis de Chavannes, Fantin-Latour), but our major holdings are of younger artists under the influence of Rops, such as Henry Chapront, Armand Rassenfosse, Henri Thomas, and Frans de Geetere.

 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Charles Baudelaire, 1922
Etching
 
ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE
Charles Baudelaire, 1921
Etching
 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Charles Baudelaire 1, 1922
Etching [sold]
 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Charles Baudelaire 2, 1922
Etching
 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Charles Baudelaire 3, 1922
Etching
 
ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE
Cheri, 1925
Drypoint
 
HENRI JOSEPH THOMAS
Cheveux noirs, 1913
Etching/aquatint
 
FRANS DE GEETERE
Children in a park, 1936
Etching
 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Christ on the cross, 1922
Wood engraving
 
EDOUARD GOERG
Church of the Devil, 1927
Etching
 
FERNAND CORMON
Cité lacustre, 1898
Lithograph
 
ARNAUD D' HAUTERIVES
Clock, 1974
Lithograph

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