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Auguste Brouet Art

French, 1872-1941

Auguste Brouet was a French etcher and book illustrator. He was born and raised in a poor family in the popular north-east quarters of Paris and in Les Lilas, in the near suburbs. While apprenticed to a lithographer, he struggled for artistic education through the evening drawing classes of Eugène Quignolot, also briefly attending Gustave Moreau's atelier. Starting from around 1895, Brouet would make a living by doing hack work for fashionable artists and also crafting reproductive etchings in color, in the workshop of Eugène Delâtre. Around 1902, he started to devise original etchings, sometimes larger pieces in color, more often smaller works in black and white, as was the growing trend at the time. In the 1920s, Brouet's etchings came under strong demand both in France and in the United States, in the wake of the Print Revival. At that time, he also produced a significant body of book illustrations, most notably for Devambez, under the direction of Édouard Chimot. This period of prosperity ends with the Great Depression, from which the print market never quite recovered. Brouet died in 1941 in poverty.

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Artist: Auguste Brouet
Rouen - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Rouen is an Original Etching realized by Auguste Brouet (1872-1941). The artwork is in good condition included a cream colored cardboard passpartout (40x30 cm). No signature. Augu...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching

Marthe - Rare Book illustrated by Auguste Brouet - 1936
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Edition of 221 copies including 29 original etchings by Auguste Brouet. One of the 160 copies on Vélin d'Arches, with the definitive state of etching. Original editorial soft cover o...
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1930s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Paper

La Parade
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Middletown, NY
Etching on wove Japon paper, 8 5/8 x 9 1/4 inches (219 x 235 mm), wide margins. Signed, titled, and numbered 6/75 in pencil, lower margin, and with the Dietrich & Cie éditeurs blinds...
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Early 20th Century French School Auguste Brouet Art

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Handmade Paper, Etching

Le Marché aux Puces
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Middletown, NY
Published in Paris by Chalcographie Louvre around 1910. Drypoint etching on buff wove paper, 7 x 11 inches (175 x 278 mm) full margins. With the "Musée Louvre Chalcographie" blind st...
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Early 20th Century French School Auguste Brouet Art

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Handmade Paper, Drypoint, Etching

Matinée Avenue de Clichy
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Middletown, NY
Drypoint etching on buff wove paper, 9 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches (240 x 271 mm) full margins. Signed in the image, lower left. With the "Musée Louvre Chalcographie" blind stamp in the lowe...
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Early 20th Century French School Auguste Brouet Art

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Handmade Paper, Drypoint, Etching

Passing - Etching - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
"Passing" is etching on paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet in the early 20th Century. In good condition. Not-signed. This artwork represents a passing couple The ...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching

Passing - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
"Passing" is original etching on paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet in the early 20th Century. In very good condition, except for a yellowish stain at the top. Th...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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The Market - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
"The Market" is an original etching on paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet in the early 20th Century. In very good condition, except for a small yellowish stain at t...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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The Rich - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
"The Rich" is included two original prints on creamy paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet. In very good condition. These artworks represent men and women depicted s...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Paris - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Paris is an original etching on paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet. Passepartout dimension: 35 x 32 cm In very good condition. This artwork represents the river...
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Early 20th Century Auguste Brouet Art

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Embrace - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Embrace is an original etching on paper, realized by the French artist Auguste Brouet. Sheet dimension: 33 x 25.5 cm In very good condition. This contemporary piece representing ...
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Early 20th Century Auguste Brouet Art

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"Le Petit Cirque Prinder, " Original Etching signd by Auguste Brouet
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Le Petit Cirque Prinder" is an original etching by Auguste Brouet. This piece depicts a variety of circus performers surrounded by small children. The artist signed the piece in the...
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1910s Academic Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Pencil

Portrait de Baudelaire (Portrait of Charles Baudelaire) - Etching - Early 1900
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Image dimensions: 11x15 cm. Very Good Conditions. This artwork is shipped from Italy. Under existing legislation, any artwork in Italy created over 70 years ago by an artist who has...
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Salon - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Hand signed. Artist's proof. Perfect condition. Auguste Brouet was a French etcher and book illustrator. Passepartout included : 49 x 34 cm Image Dimensions : 20 x 14.5 cm This art...
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Early 20th Century Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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"La Mere de Whistler, " an Etching and Drypoint signed by Auguste Brouet
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"La Mere de Whistler" is an original etching and drypoint signed by the French artist Auguste Brouet in the lower right. It depicts famous artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler's moth...
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Early 20th Century Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Drypoint

20th century etching figurative urban scene sketch black and white signed
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Les Matelassiers (The Mattress Makers)" is an original etching by Auguste Brouet. It depicts people creating a mattress outside. The artist signed the...
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1910s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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20th century engraving figurative print interior dramatic black and white signed
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Les Emigrants" is an original roller engraving by Auguste Brouet. The artist signed the piece lower right and wrote the edition number (30/50) lower left. This engraving depicts a f...
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Early 1900s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Engraving

Bridge
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
Hand signed. Not numbered.Original Prints. Passepartout included: 49.5 x 34.5 cm Image Dimensions : 20 x 14.5 cm This artwork is shipped from Italy. Under existing legislation, any ...
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Early 20th Century Realist Auguste Brouet Art

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Two years later during the Great Depression Ethel and Jenne experienced at sixteen the tragic loss of their father who had encouraged their artistic aspirations. He was proud when Ethel, a student at Morey Junior High School, won top prizes in student poster contests sponsored by the Denver Chamber of Commerce and the Denver Post. At East High School in Denver she and Jenne contributed their art talents to the school’s and by their senior year were co-art editors of the Angelus, the 1933 yearbook. At East they studied art with Helen Perry, herself a student of André Lhote in Paris and the Art Institute of Chicago. Her decision to abandon an arts career to teach high school students served as an important example to Ethel and Jenne, who early on had decided to become artists. In a city-wide Denver competition for high school art students Ethel won an eighteenweek art course in 1932-33 to study at the Kirkland School of Art which artist Vance Kirkland had recently established in the Mile High City. Perry encouraged the Magafan twins’ talent, exposing them to the work of Matisse, Picasso and Cézanne and introducing them to local artists and architects like Frank Mechau and Jacques Benedict whom she invited to speak in her high school art classes. She paid the modest tuition for Ethel and Jenne to study composition, color, mural designing and painting at Mechau’s School of Art in downtown Denver in 1933-34. In the summer of 1934 and for a time in 1936 they apprenticed with him at his studio in Redstone, Colorado. When they returned to Denver in 1934 with no family breadwinner to support them, their mother insisted that they have real jobs so they worked as fashion artists in a Denver department store. When Jenne won the Carter Memorial Art Scholarship ($90.00) two years later, she shared it with Ethel so that both of them could enroll in the Broadmoor Art Academy (now the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center) where they studied with Mechau. When the scholarship money ran out after two months, he hired them as his assistants. Along with Edward (Eduardo) Chavez and Polly Duncan, they helped him with his federal government mural commissions. At the Fine Arts Center Ethel also studied with Boardman Robinson and Peppino Mangravite, who hired her and Jenne in 1939 to assist him in his New York studio with two murals commissioned for the post office in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Like their Denver high school art teacher, Robinson also stressed the need to draw from nature in order to "feel" the mountains, which later become the dominant subject matter of Ethel’s mature work after World War II. 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In 1948 with the help of the GI Bill they purchased an old barn there that also housed their individual studios located at opposite ends of the house. The spatial arrangement mirrors the advice she gave her daughter, Jenne, also an artist: "Make sure you end up with a man who respects your work…The worst thing for an artist is to be in competition with her husband." In 1951 Ethel won a Fulbright Scholarship to Greece where she and her husband spent 1951-52. In addition to extensively traveling, sketching and painting the local landscape, she reconnected with her late father’s family in the area of Messinia on the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece. At the same time, her sister Jenne accompanied Chavez on his Fulbright Scholarship to Italy where they spent a productive year painting and visiting museums. Shortly after returning home, Jenne’s career was cut tragically short when she died of a cerebral hemorrhage at age thirty-six. It deeply affected Ethel whose own work took on a somber quality for several years conveyed by a darkish palette, as seen in her tempera painting, Aftermath (circa 1952). In the 1940s Ethel and her sister successfully made the important transition from government patronage to careers as independent artists. Ethel became distinguished for her modernist landscapes. Even though Ethel became a permanent Woodstock resident after World War II, from her childhood in Colorado she retained her love of the Rocky Mountains, her "earliest source of my lifelong passion for mountain landscape." She and her husband began returning to Colorado for annual summer camping trips on which they later were joined by their daughter, Jenne. Ethel did many sketches and drawings of places she found which had special meaning for her. They enabled her to recall their vital qualities which she later painted in her Woodstock studio, conveying her feeling about places remembered. 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Her sketches were exhibited at the National Gallery in Washington, DC, and then sent on a national tour by the Smithsonian Institution. Similarly, her previous work as a muralist earned her a final commission at age sixty-three for a 12 by 20 foot Civil War image, Grant in the Wilderness, installed in 1979 in the Chancellorsville Visitors Center at the Fredericksburg National Military Park in Virginia. In the 1970s, too, she taught as Artist-in-Residence at Syracuse University and at the University of Georgia in Athens. 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1940s American Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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The Gargoyle and His Quarry
By John Taylor Arms
Located in Storrs, CT
The Gargoyle and His Quarry, Notre Dame. 1920. Etching.Fletcher 90. 7 1/8 x 5 1/4 (sheet 10 1/2 x 9 1/16). Gargoyle series #1. Edition 75. A rich impression printed on 'FJHead&Co' c...
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1920s American Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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House on Cliff Walk, Newport, Rhode Island
By Clifford Isaac Addams
Located in Storrs, CT
House on Cliff Walk, Newport, R.I. 1931-1932. Etching and drypoint. Hausberg catalog 13 state .i/ii. Edition 75 in this state. 5 7/8 x 7 7/8 (sheet 9 x 13 1/2). A rich impression pr...
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The Gothic Spirit
By John Taylor Arms
Located in Storrs, CT
The Gothic Spirit (also called A Gargoyle, A Gothic Spirit). 1922. Etching and stipple. Fletcher 120. 11 5/8 x 7 (sheet 15 1/4 x 11 1/4). Gargoyle Series #8. Edition 130. Illustrated...
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The Gothic Spirit
The Gothic Spirit
H 11.63 in W 7 in D 0.5 in
A Gale at Port Errol
By James McBey
Located in Storrs, CT
A Gale at Port Errol. 1923. Etching. Hardie 215, #46. 13 x 8 3/4 (sheet 16 7 /8 x 11 1/2). Edition 76. #46. Illustrated: Fine Prints of the Year, 1923. A rich...
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1930s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Drypoint

London Bridge.
By William Lionel Wyllie
Located in Storrs, CT
London Bridge, London. 1924. Etching and drypoint. 6 3/8 x 14 3/4 (sheet 9 7/8 x 17 1/4). Mat line; otherwise fine condition. A rich impression with dryp...
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1920s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Drypoint

La petite marine -- Souvenir de Medway. (Little Seascape, a Remembrance of the M
By Félix Hilaire Buhot
Located in Storrs, CT
La petite marine -- Souvenir de Medway. (Little Seascape, a Remembrance of the Medway). 1879. Etching, drypoint, false biting, aquatint, and stop-out. Bourcard-Goodfriend catalog 15...
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1870s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Aquatint, Drypoint

The Trawler
By Arthur John Trevor Briscoe
Located in Storrs, CT
The Trawler. 1926. Etching. Hurst 176. 9 7/8 x 13 7/8 (sheet 11 3/8 x 15 3/4). Edition 75, #71. Mat line outside the image; otherwise excellent condition.A fine impression with plate tone, printed on antique cream laid paper. Signed and numbered in ink. Housed in a 16 x 20-inch archival mat, suitable for framing. In 1899 Briscoe acquired a studio in Malden, Essex, and bought a 3 ton cutter which, with his young family, he would spend eight or nine months a year, sailing to Calais, along the Belgian coast and through the Dutch waterways, constantly sketching and painting in both oil and watercolor. In 1922, after a meeting with the etcher James McBey, Briscoe returned to etching once more producing plates of some of his sea sketches. The two artists sailed together in Briscoe's, forty-ton yacht, the "Golden Vanity...
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1920s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Etching, Drypoint

The Trawler
The Trawler
H 9.88 in W 13.88 in D 0.5 in
A Mirage
By James McBey
Located in Storrs, CT
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1920s Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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H 11.82 in W 14.38 in D 0.5 in
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1980s American Modern Auguste Brouet Art

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Watercolor, Color, Etching

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Located in Roma, IT
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Located in Roma, IT
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The Acrobats - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - 1930's
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Located in Roma, IT
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Poors - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
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Wanderer - Original Etching by Auguste Brouet - Early 20th Century
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Roma, IT
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"Danseuse, " Original Etching and Drypoint signed by Auguste Brouet
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Danseuse" is an original etching and drypoint by Auguste Brouet. The artist signed the piece lower right and wrote the edition number (1/10) in the lower left. This piece depicts a...
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"Le Ballet, " Etching and Drypoint Ballet Performance signed by Auguste Brouet
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Le Ballet" is an original etching and drypoint by Auguste Brouet. The artist signed the piece in the lower right and wrote the edition number (90/100) in the lower left. This is the...
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Bellecourt
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Missouri, MO
Signed in Pencil Lower Right Numbered 9/100 Lower Left An original etcher* of early twentieth century French art, Auguste Brouet created over three hundred drypoints* and etchings d...
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Late 19th Century Realist Auguste Brouet Art

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Reading
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
An original signed drypoint etching on laid paper by French artist Auguste Brouet (1872-1941) titled "Reading", 1921. Hand pencil signed by Brouet lower right. Limited edition: 68/10...
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1910s Impressionist Auguste Brouet Art

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Reading
Reading
H 11.25 in W 14 in
Young Mother (Tiny Little Hands)
By Auguste Brouet
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
An original signed drypoint etching on paid paper by French artist Auguste Brouet (1872-1941) titled "Young Mother (Tiny Little Hands)", c. 1920. Hand pen...
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Drypoint, Etching

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