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Louis-Leroy (1812–1885) - 1851 Etching, River Landscape with Leaping Stag

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Louis-Leroy (1812–1885) - Original 1851 Etching. An interesting etching signed in the lower left by the French 19th-century printmaker, painter, and successful playwright Louis Leroy. Leroy is remembered as the journalist and art critic for the French satirical newspaper Le Charivari, who coined the term "impressionists" to satirise the artists now known by the word. Signed. On chine-collé. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and foxing. There is a 2.5cm tear at the upper edge that stops at the plate line.


39 x 54cm (15.4" x 21.3")
Sheet: 49 x 65cm (19.3" x 25.6")
Plate: 43.5 x 58.5cm (17.1" x 23")

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Code nw049
Artist Louis-Leroy (1812–1885)
Date 1851
Dimensions 39 x 54cm
Medium Etching
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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