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Fantasy and Reality: The World According to Félix Buhot

Félix Buhot was one of the most original printmakers in France during the last quarter of the nineteenth century. This exhibition, selected entirely from a private collection, examines the full range of Buhot’s graphic effort, from his highly imaginative intaglios to the more somber lithographs, a medium to which he turned near the end of his career. Also included are several drawings and paintings related to the prints that are rarely placed on view.

The exhibition is accompanied by a brochure with an essay by Goodfriend, a worldwide authority on Buhot and the author of the revised and amended catalogue raisonné "Félix Buhot: Catalogue descriptif de son oeuvre gravé" by Gustave Bourcard.
Relevant research areas: Western Europe, 19th Century, Etching, Lithography

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