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Felix Buhot Etchings

Felix Hilaire Buhot (1847 - 1898) was a French painter, but is most famous as an etcher. Buhot etchings often depict street scenes, especially of his beloved Paris. Buhot was a master of creating mood and perhaps his most original prints are those which evoke weather and the elements: rain, snow, sun and clouds. One of Buhot's signature techniques was the use of symphonic margins, which were small vignettes -- decorative sketches around the borders of his central composition. We are pleased to offer several fine impressions of rare Felix Buhot etchings.
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Felix Buhot "L’Hiver a Paris" original etching on japon paper
1,000.00
Felix Buhot "L’Hiver a Paris" original etching on japon paper
Medium: original etching and drypoint with aquatint and roulette. This is an exquisite impression on japon paper, of what is arguably the most famous Felix Buhot etching. Executed in 1879 and published in Paris in 1881 for L'Art; the catalogue reference is Bourcard/Goodfriend 128. Image size: 9 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches (240 x 350mm). Signed in the plate with the Buhot monogram signature (not by hand). A good price for this impression on special paper, before letters and apart from the standard published edition.
Felix Buhot "L’Hiver a Paris" original etching
850.00
Felix Buhot "L’Hiver a Paris" original etching
Medium: original etching and drypoint with aquatint and roulette. "L’Hiver a Paris" is also known as "La Neige a Paris".  Executed in 1879 and published in Paris in 1881 for L'Art; the catalogue reference is Bourcard/Goodfriend 128. Image size: 9 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches (240 x 350mm). Signed in the plate with the Buhot monogram signature (not by hand). A fine impression on watermarked laid paper of this iconic Buhot etching.
Felix Buhot "Gardiens du Logis" original etching and aquatint
300.00
Felix Buhot "Gardiens du Logis" original etching and aquatint
Also known as "Les amis du Saltimbanque". Medium: original etching and aquatint with drypoint. Catalogue reference Bourcard/Goodfriend 76. Published in 1902 by Revue de l'art ancien et moderne, in a small edition of probably no more than 750 impressions. Plate size: 85 x 112 mm - (3 3/8 x 4 1/2 inches). Signed in the plate with the Buhot owl monogram signature (not hand-signed). A rich impression with plate tone on wove paper with full margins.