Jules Jacquet (1841-1913) after Ernest Meissonier - 1902 Engraving, A Poet
DescriptionA crisp engraving by Jules Jacquet (1841-1913) after Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier's (1815-1891) painting 'A Poet' (1859), in the collection of the Louvre. Inscribed in plate with the date and publication information to the lower edge. Signed in graphite to the lower-left corner beside a remarque of a young woman to the lower-right corner. On vellum.
There is some slight discolouration but overall in excellent condition.
26.9 x 17.9cm (10.6" x 7")Sheet: 38.3 x 25.6cm (15.1" x 10.1")
Jules Jacquet (1841-1913) was an engraver and etcher. He was born in Paris, the brother of the engraver Achille Jacquet. He was a pupil of Henriquel-Dupont. He won the Prix de Rome in 1866. He exhibited regularly at the Salon de Paris, receiving a second-class medal in 1875, a first-class medal in 1882, and a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1889. He was named Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur in 1883, and Officier in 1895.
|Artist||Jules Jacquet (1841-1913) after Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier (1815-1891)|
|Dimensions||26.9 x 17.9cm|
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