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Artist: Paul Berthon
La Pointe de Bretteville
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
La Pointe de Bretteville Color lithograph, 1899 Signed in the stone upper right Publisher: Sagot, Paris Edition: Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) References And Exhibitions: Arwas 33 2...
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1890s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Lithograph

Vision Antique
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Vision Antique Color lithograph, 1899 Signed in the stone upper left (see photo) Titled in the stone lower right (see photo) Edition: unsigned edition about 200 (per Arwas) Published...
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1890s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Lithograph

Paul Berthon - Sarah Bernhardt La Princesse Lointaine " The Faraway Princess "
By Paul Berthon
Located in PARIS, FR
Paul Emile Berthon ( 1872- 1909 ), was a French decorative artist. He began studying painting in Villefranche. From 1893, he moved to Paris, where he attended the École normale d'enseignement du dessin. Among the courses taken at the time, those of the professor of decorative art Eugène Grasset had the greatest impact on him. The first works of Paul Berthon (around 1896) show a style close to that of Grasset. By freeing himself from the style of his master, his own style develops based on a palette of autumnal pastels with sharp lines and contours. This is his most famous lithograph, a portrait of Sarah Bernhardt in the title role of "La Princesse Lointaine...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Linen, Lithograph, Paper

Nymphe dansante
By Paul Berthon
Located in New York, NY
Nymphe dansante, decorative panel, two-color lithograph, 1899, signed in the stone. One corner defective but not affecting image. Ref: Berthon and Grasset p. No.5. The early works...
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1890s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Lithograph

La Pointe de Bretteville
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
La Pointe de Bretteville Color lithograph, 1899 Signed in the stone upper right Publisher: Sagot, Paris Edition: Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) References And Exhibitions: Arwas 33 2...
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1890s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Lithograph

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La Pointe de Bretteville
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
La Pointe de Bretteville Color lithograph, 1899 Signed in the stone upper right Publisher: Sagot, Paris Edition: Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) References And Exhibitions: Arwas 33 2nd state B Sheet: 13 1/4 X 25 5/8" Image: 10 3/4 x 23 5/8" Condition: excellent Paul Berthon (b Villefranche, Rhone, 1872; d Paris, 1909) Little specific is known about the short 37-year life of this French designer and lithographer. He began his training in Villefranche, where he studied painting. In 1893 he moved to Paris, entering the Ecole Normale d'Enseignement du Dessin. There he became a pupil and disciple of Eugene-Samuel Grasset, the Professor of Decorative Arts, and was also influenced by Luc Olivier Merson. Berthon's main output consisted of posters and decorative panels. However, he also produced bookbindings and furniture designs, both of which he exhibited at the Salon in 1895. He created designs for ceramics for Villeroy & Boch in the late 1890s; and a few designs for the covers of such magazines as L'Image (July 1897) and Poster (May 1899). His work is in an Art Nouveau style. He adopted that movement's plant and figural motifs, especially the motif of the femme fatale, as well as the long sinuous lines that characterize the movement. These features can be seen in such works as the poster Leçons de violon (1898). Berthon distinguished himself in the production of large, colored posters in the relatively new medium of chromolithography, some of which were printed under the direction of Jules Cheret by Chaix & Company. The graphic oeuvre of Paul Berthon consists of ninety-four original lithographs. Almost two-thirds of Berthon's original lithographs are what the artist termed, "Panneaux Decoratifs" (Decorative panels). Unlike most Art Nouveau posters, Berthon's panneaux decoratifs included no advertising and no letterpress. They were meant to stand alone as significant works of art in their own right. A large collection of his work seems to have been destroyed during the world wars. By the start of the First World War the Art Nouveau movement had lost its momentum. The posters of Berthon, Grasset and Mucha were no longer prized possessions, and many of the posters were lost. During the economic depression that followed World War II many of the lithographic posters were used as wallpaper or wrapping paper. Berthon died in Paris in 1909. Courtesy: Answers and Enchantedgal Courtesy of French Wikipedia Edmond-Honoré Sagot , born in 1857 and died on April 6 , 1917, is a bookseller , art dealer , publisher of prints and original posters . In 1881 he founded the house “Ed. Sagot” in Paris. This establishment still exists under the name “ Sagot - Le Garrec ” and is one of the oldest art galleries still in operation. Edmond Sagot is the first contemporary art dealer to specialize in prints and posters. Following his example, several print dealers emerged in the early 1890s : Gustave Pellet , Edouard Kleinmann, A. Arnould, then Ambroise Vollard , who served as a driving force in the development, sale and promotion of artists' prints. contemporaries 1 . Biography Edmond Sagot opened in Paris in 1881 at 53 rue d'Argout an artistic bookstore which, from 1884, developed its activities towards the trade in prints . The “Ed. Sagot” house then took as its address 39 bis rue de Châteaudun . There are also framing and drawing material. Sagot sells drawings, etchings , lithographs , then, in 1891, publishes the world's first catalog of posters illustrated by modern and contemporary artists. This event is partly at the origin of what Ernest Maindron and Octave Uzanne soon called “posteromania”. Sagot was one of the pioneers and Parisian leaders of this new art form, his gallery serves as a dissemination relay with the provinces and abroad, and becomes a place of exchange between many art critics and young people. artists 2 . Later, he associated his son-in-law, Maurice Le Garrec, with his activity, who in 1917 3 took over the gallery under the name “Sagot - Le Garrec, dealer in prints”, and moved to 18 rue Guénégaud . Today the gallery Sagot - Le Garrec, always specialized in printmaking and drawing XIX th and XX th centuries, is located 10 rue de Buci . It is managed by Nicolas Romand, the fifth generation of merchants. Edmond Sagot is also known for having acquired four coppers belonging to a series of engravings executed by Francisco Goya , the Disparates . He is the older brother of the Parisian art dealer Clovis Sagot , known as “Sagot le Jeune”. Publications Jules Chéret and Paul César Helleu produced posters for Edmond Sagot, but also Alexandre Lunois (in 1894), the young Belgian artist Henri Evenepoel , whose project was exhibited at the Salon pour l'art (in 1896), George Bottini (in 1898), Edgar Chahine (from 1897), or even Georges de Feure . The gallery edited works by Charles Heyman , Gaston de Latenay , Gustave Leheutre , Alfredo Müller...
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La Pointe de Bretteville
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
La Pointe de Bretteville Color lithograph, 1899 Signed in the stone upper right Publisher: Sagot, Paris Edition: Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) References And Exhibitions: Arwas 33 2nd state B Sheet: 13 1/4 X 25 5/8" Image: 10 3/4 x 23 5/8" Condition: excellent Paul Berthon (b Villefranche, Rhone, 1872; d Paris, 1909) Little specific is known about the short 37-year life of this French designer and lithographer. He began his training in Villefranche, where he studied painting. In 1893 he moved to Paris, entering the Ecole Normale d'Enseignement du Dessin. There he became a pupil and disciple of Eugene-Samuel Grasset, the Professor of Decorative Arts, and was also influenced by Luc Olivier Merson. Berthon's main output consisted of posters and decorative panels. However, he also produced bookbindings and furniture designs, both of which he exhibited at the Salon in 1895. He created designs for ceramics for Villeroy & Boch in the late 1890s; and a few designs for the covers of such magazines as L'Image (July 1897) and Poster (May 1899). His work is in an Art Nouveau style. He adopted that movement's plant and figural motifs, especially the motif of the femme fatale, as well as the long sinuous lines that characterize the movement. These features can be seen in such works as the poster Leçons de violon (1898). Berthon distinguished himself in the production of large, colored posters in the relatively new medium of chromolithography, some of which were printed under the direction of Jules Cheret by Chaix & Company. The graphic oeuvre of Paul Berthon consists of ninety-four original lithographs. Almost two-thirds of Berthon's original lithographs are what the artist termed, "Panneaux Decoratifs" (Decorative panels). Unlike most Art Nouveau posters, Berthon's panneaux decoratifs included no advertising and no letterpress. They were meant to stand alone as significant works of art in their own right. A large collection of his work seems to have been destroyed during the world wars. By the start of the First World War the Art Nouveau movement had lost its momentum. The posters of Berthon, Grasset and Mucha were no longer prized possessions, and many of the posters were lost. During the economic depression that followed World War II many of the lithographic posters were used as wallpaper or wrapping paper. Berthon died in Paris in 1909. Courtesy: Answers and Enchantedgal Courtesy of French Wikipedia Edmond-Honoré Sagot , born in 1857 and died on April 6 , 1917, is a bookseller , art dealer , publisher of prints and original posters . In 1881 he founded the house “Ed. Sagot” in Paris. This establishment still exists under the name “ Sagot - Le Garrec ” and is one of the oldest art galleries still in operation. Edmond Sagot is the first contemporary art dealer to specialize in prints and posters. Following his example, several print dealers emerged in the early 1890s : Gustave Pellet , Edouard Kleinmann, A. Arnould, then Ambroise Vollard , who served as a driving force in the development, sale and promotion of artists' prints. contemporaries 1 . Biography Edmond Sagot opened in Paris in 1881 at 53 rue d'Argout an artistic bookstore which, from 1884, developed its activities towards the trade in prints . The “Ed. Sagot” house then took as its address 39 bis rue de Châteaudun . There are also framing and drawing material. Sagot sells drawings, etchings , lithographs , then, in 1891, publishes the world's first catalog of posters illustrated by modern and contemporary artists. This event is partly at the origin of what Ernest Maindron and Octave Uzanne soon called “posteromania”. Sagot was one of the pioneers and Parisian leaders of this new art form, his gallery serves as a dissemination relay with the provinces and abroad, and becomes a place of exchange between many art critics and young people. artists 2 . Later, he associated his son-in-law, Maurice Le Garrec, with his activity, who in 1917 3 took over the gallery under the name “Sagot - Le Garrec, dealer in prints”, and moved to 18 rue Guénégaud . Today the gallery Sagot - Le Garrec, always specialized in printmaking and drawing XIX th and XX th centuries, is located 10 rue de Buci . It is managed by Nicolas Romand, the fifth generation of merchants. Edmond Sagot is also known for having acquired four coppers belonging to a series of engravings executed by Francisco Goya , the Disparates . He is the older brother of the Parisian art dealer Clovis Sagot , known as “Sagot le Jeune”. Publications Jules Chéret and Paul César Helleu produced posters for Edmond Sagot, but also Alexandre Lunois (in 1894), the young Belgian artist Henri Evenepoel , whose project was exhibited at the Salon pour l'art (in 1896), George Bottini (in 1898), Edgar Chahine (from 1897), or even Georges de Feure . The gallery edited works by Charles Heyman , Gaston de Latenay , Gustave Leheutre , Alfredo Müller...
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QUEEN WILHEMINA
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Vision Antique
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Located in Fairlawn, OH
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1890s Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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La Pointe de Bretteville
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Signed in the stone upper right Publisher: Sagot, Paris Edition: Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) References And Exhibitions: Arwas 33 2nd state B Sheet: 13 1/4 X 25 5/8...
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19th Century Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Lithograph

Vision Antique
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Signed in the stone upper left Edition: about 200 (per Arwas) Provenance: Sagot heirs Published by Sagot, Paris Reference: Victor Arwas, Berthon et Grasset (Paris: Den...
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19th Century Art Nouveau Paul Berthon Art

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Les Boules de Neige
By Paul Berthon
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 100 Edition of 100 signed in pencil Berthon, a student of Eugene Grasset, distinguished himself in the production of large, colored po...
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