Original Signed Lithograph

The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print


The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print
The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print
The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print
The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print
The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print
The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print

The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print    The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print

Original lithograph on japan paper. Signed and dated on the stone (reversed in print) in the lower right corner.

Signed and numbered in pencil in the lower right margin. Embossing of the magazine the original print in the lower left margin (see photographs). This lithograph was published in the album n ° iii of the original print in 1893. The prints of works by the magazine were generally made 100 copies.

Self-taught, schwabe is known for his magical interpretation of the gospel of childhood, an illustration exhibited at the salon of the rose + croix, one of the great artistic events of the year 1892, under the patronage of Joséphine Peladan, novelist and critic art. An extraordinarily detailed design, tinged with archaism and deformity, combined with a very original visionary iconography, characterize the art of Carls Schwabe. He thus asserts himself as one of the most promising young creators of the idealistic tendency.

Emile Zola completes at the same time the cycle of rougon-macquart, monument of naturalist literature. The meeting seemed unlikely between these two personalities that everything seemed to oppose: vision of the world, aesthetics, generation.

However, the will of the publisher Ernest Flammarion, eager to publish an illustrated version of the dream, promotes an unexpected collaboration and full of hazards between the two men. The schwabe illustrations are based on a free interpretation of the Zolian text, which is close to a dreamlike and fantasy universe. This does not fail to surprise zola, who discovers in his boards "so many things that he did not remember to have put in the book". The twenty-six-year-old replied bravely that he "should have put them there!" In this illustration of the biblical theme, schwabe sketches the scene of any setting, thus focusing on the two figures of the virgin mary and the angel gabriel.

The drapes are of a complexity and an exemplary minutia, inspired by the Gothic sculptors and the primitive painters. We find the wings wrapped and enveloping that announce one of his most famous paintings, the death and the gravedigger, dating from 1900 and exposed to the musée d'orsay. The item "the annunciation, lithograph of carlos schwabe, 1893, the original print" is on sale since Thursday, September 15, 2016. It is in the category "art, antiques \ art of the nineteenth and before \ prints, engravings, lithos ".

The seller is "galleriesartonicerveau" and is located in / in paris. This item can be shipped to the following countries: America, Europe, Asia, Australia.

  1. type: lithography
  2. theme: fantastic
  3. period: nineteenth and before
  4. characteristics: signed
  5. authenticity: original

The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print    The Annunciation, Lithograph By Carlos Schwabe, 1893, The Original Print