George Montbard (1841-1905) - Monogrammed Late 19th Century Etching, By House
DescriptionAn etching by Charles August Loye 'George Montbard' depicting several figures gathered outside a building, printed in colour. Monogrammed in pencil to lower right corner. Signed with monogram. On chine-collé.
Surface discolouration present to outer borders but main image is unaffected. Creasing to left margin, main image is also unaffected.
35 x 23.5cm (13.8" x 9.3")Sheet: 47.3 x 33.4cm (18.6" x 13.1") Plate: 38 x 27cm (15" x 10.6")
From a small collection of etchings by the French artist and illustrator George Montbard (1841-1905).
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George Montbard (1841-1905) was a French artist, illustrator and caricaturist, born Charles Auguste Loye in Montbard, France. He worked as an illustrator and caricaturist on Chronique Illustré, and then in 1868 for the Illustrated London News.
After being involved in the Paris Commune in 1871 he was proscribed in France and moved to England, where he contributed to The Graphic, Judy, Funny Folks (including "Comic Fancy Page", 1874), and many other magazines including Vanity Fair. In 1882 Vincent van Gogh, who was also working for the Illustrated London News, mentioned receiving sketches by him of the Channel Islands. He was buried in Brittany on 5th August 1905.
|Artist||George Montbard (1841-1905)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||35 x 23.5cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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