5 Prints & Etching w/ Original Signed Charles Courtry
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Lot 0100 Details
Lot of 5 prints and 1 etching - Charles Jean Louis Courtry 'Charles Courtry' etching of nobility family in elegant room, with original signatures of Courtry and Aranda, Paris 1885, full borders, 27 3/4 x 21 3/4" W; watercolor print of "The Barque Eagle" ship with documentation; New Snow # 65 of 1,000 by Harold Collins; E; Volkers 1863 print of horses; famous print "Wild Horses" black and white print; print "Study of April Wind" by Andrew Wyetch with full borders. Note: Courtry was a French nineteenth century artist, Charles Courtry studied etching techniques in Paris under Flameng and Gaucherel. His first large etching, Le Marche d'esclaves (after Gerome) was exhibited in Paris in 1868. From that date he was a frequent exhibitor and received medals from the Paris Salon in 1874, 1875, 1887 and 1889. In 1881 Charles Courtry was decorated with the Legion d'honneur.
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