Henri Fantin-Latour Grenoble 1836 - 1904 Buré La Femme au miroir, after Titien Oil on canvas, unframed Signed upper left h. Fantin 48,5 x 39,2 cm ; 19 by 15 in. Henri Fantin-Latour Grenoble 1836 - 1904 Buré La Femme au miroir, d'après Titien Huile sur toile, sans cadre Signé en haut à gauche h. Fantin 48,5 x 39,2 cm ; 19 by 15 in. We are grateful to Brame & Lorenceau for having confirmed the authenticity of the work after first-hand inspection. It will be included in their forthcoming catalogue
Fantin-Latour (Henri, 1836-1904). Berlioz..., orné de quatorze lithographies originales, Paris, 1888 \n* \nFantin-Latour (Henri-Theodore, 1836-1904). Adolphe Jullien, Hector Berlioz, sa vie et ses oeuvres, Ouvrage orné de quatorze lithographies originales par M. Fantin-Latour, Paris: Librairie de l'Art, 1888, 14 full-page lithograph plates by Fantin-Latour, monochrome illustrations to text, tissue-guards (several torn or creased, tissue gurard to frontispiece not present), printed bookplate of K
Édouard Manet 1832 - 1883 Trente Eaux-fortes originales the complete portfolio, comprising 30 etchings on Van Gelder laid paper, with proprietary or Fleur-de-Lys watermarks, accompanied by the title-page with heliogravure portrait by Henri Fantin-Latour, introductory text and table of contents annotated by Théodore Duret in French, contained in the original beige cloth-covered portfolio case each sheet: approx. 450 by 325 mm. 17¾ by 12¾ in. overall: 565 by 380 by 50 mm. 22¼ by 15 by 2 in. Concei
Fantin-Latour (Henri-Theodore, 1836-1904). Manfred et Astarté, circa 1879, lithographs \n* \nFantin-Latour (Henri-Theodore, 1836-1904). Manfred et Astarté, lithograph on thin japan tissue, signed in the plate lower right, printed in an edition of only five trial proofs (after which the stone was cancelled), image size 154 x 119 mm, sheet size 39.5 x 55 cm (15.5 x 21 3/4 ins), together with Final de la Walkure (R. Wagner), 1879, uncoloured lithograph on wove paper, signed in the plate lower left,
FANTIN-LATOUR HENRI: (1836-1904) French painter. D.S., H. Fantin-Latour, one page, oblong 8vo, Paris, 23rd April 1893, in French. The brief typescript document states, in full, 'J' autorise ''Le Journal'' a reproduire, dans son supplement sur le Salon, le tableau que j'expose, cette annee, au dit Salon' (Translation: 'I authorise ''Le Journal'' to reproduce, in its supplement on the Salon, the painting that I am exhibiting this year at the said Salon'). Signed at the foot by the artist and also
Property from a Distinguished Canadian Private Collection Henri Fantin-Latour 1836 - 1904 Roses dans un verre long signed Fantin. and dated 73. (upper right) oil on canvas 10¼ by 9 in. 26 by 22.8 cm. Executed in 1873. This painting will be included in the catalogue raisonné of Fantin-Latours paintings and pastels by Galerie Brame & Lorenceau now in preparation.
Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) Fleurs de printemps (Tulipes, narcisses, jacinthes, jonquilles et giroflées) signé et daté 'Fantin. 72.' (en haut à gauche) huile sur toile 43.3 x 29.5 cm. Peint en 1872 signed and dated 'Fantin. 72.' (upper left) oil on canvas 17 x 11 3/4 in. Painted in 1872
Henri-Théodore Fantin-Latour (b.\nGrenoble 1836, d. Buré 1904)\n\nSix studies of female nudes on one sheet. Signed Fantin. Pencil\non tracing paper. Visible size 19.5×25 cm.\n\nProvenance: Bruun Rasmussen auction 647, 1998 no. 513. The\ncollection of Birte Inge Christensen and John Hunov.\n\nFind more works from \nthe\ncollection of Birte Inge Christensen and John Hunov
Still Life Oil Painting AFTER HENRI FANTIN LATOUR, no apparent inscriptions or signatures, attached label reads Still Life with Pansies a hand painted oil on canvas still life after the original by Henri Foutin-Latour, the informal container enhances the shy beauty of the flowers, framed in a Bristol style burnished gold leaf. subject vases of flowers and fruit, measures 29 x 35 1/4 inches, ornate gilt wooden frame, surface wear to frame, professionally framed, not examined out of frame, Henri F
HENRI FANTIN-LATOUR (1836-1904), Lisboa, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2009(?), 269 p., il.; 30 cm. \n\nProfusamente ilustrado a preto e branco e a cores com reproduções fotográficas e artísticas. \n\nExemplar brochados. Sinais de manuseamento. Bom estado de conservação.
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour (French, 1836 - 1904). \n\nTitle: "Nature morte: fleurs veloutées". \n\nMedium: Oil on canvas. \n\nDate: Composed 1891. \n\nDimensions: Frame size: 34 x 39 3/16 in. (864 x 995 mm). Image size: 23 3/8 x 29 in. (594 x 737 mm). \n\nLot Note(s): Signed and dated, upper right. Painting condition: Very good overall; as found, unconserved, not relined; various areas of ?spider thread? craquelure; uneven varnish application; several minor ?reverse dimples? in the canvas; the
Attrib. FANTIN-LATOUR, Henri-Theodore (French 1836-1904) \n\nFemale Face with Eyes Closed \n\nInitialled/monogram lower left ('FL' or 'HFL') \n\nInscribed verso of paper 'Fantin Latour 1901' likely by a later hand (unverified) \n\nPencil on Laid Paper \n\n14.5x12.5cm
ancy Fouts (American, 1945-2019), 'Rip-off of Henri Fantin-Latour's White Cup and Saucer', 1989, appears to be a glazed print on board. Signed, titled, and dated in white ink, framed and glazed. 9cm x 8.5cm. Footnote: Provenance: Direct from the estate of Nancy Fouts (1945-2019) See the Dawsons website article for further informatio
Henri Fantin-Latour (French, 1836-1904) \n\nFleurs: camomille et dahlias, 1871 \n\nOil on canvas \n\n22 x 17-1/8 inches (56 x 43.5 cm) \n\nSigned and dated upper right: \nFantin 71 \n\nProperty from the Estate of a Prominent New York Collector \n\nPROVENANCE: \n\nEdwin Edwards, London; \n\nObach & Co., London; \n\nF. & J. Tempelaere, Paris; \n\nJ.P. Schneider Jr., Frankfurt, Germany; \n\nPrivate collection, Switzerland, 1989; \n\nAcquired by the present owner from the above. \n\nEXHIBITED: \n\nS
Henri Fantin-Latour \n\n(1836-1904) France \n\nSara la baigneuse c.1888 \n\nLithograph \n\nInscribed in lower margin: Berloiz - Sara la baigneuse \n\n23 x 15 cm, 52 x 41 cm framed \n\nLITERATURE: \n\nHediard 84 \n\nHenri Fantin-Latour was a French painter and lithographer best known for his flower paintings and group portraits of Parisian artists and writers. Whistler brought attention to Fantin in England, where his still life sold so well that they were "practically unknown in France during hi
Henri FANTIN-LATOUR - Le Mage Balthazar et Fatime.\n\nLithographie. Sujet: 209 x 145 mm. Feuille: 355 x 335 mm. Épreuve sur Chine. Sans vers, nom de l'artiste en bas à droite. Fixée au sommet sur papier fort, rousseurs marginales, une petite déchirure marginale en bas à gauche. Hediard, 97.
Henri Fantin-Latour\n1836 - 1904\nBouquet de roses variées et illets\n\nsigned Fantin and dated 78 (lower left)\noil on canvas\n29.3 by 32.3cm., 11½ by 12¾in.\nFramed: 52 by 55.5cm., 20½ by 21in.\nPainted in 1878.\n\nTo be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne of the paintings and pastels of Henri Fantin-Latour currently being prepared by Galerie Brame & Lorenceau.