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Venise I / Original signed etching
Venise I 1967
Original etching (Procédé Goetz), 4th color state, signed and dated in pencil.
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Situé en fin d’ouvrage, le Catalogue Raisonné de l’œuvre gravé de Christine Boumeester, compagne de vie d’Henri Goetz, a été éditée par les Editions Cercle d’Art (Paris) en 1988. Cet ouvrage de référence sur l’artiste répertorie - sur une période de près de cinquante ans, jusqu’en 1970 – un ensemble de 140 oeuvres imprimées sur papier ou estampes, comprenant l’ensemble des lithographies et gravures originales de l’artiste, y compris son oeuvre réalisé dans le cadre du livre illustré. L’ensemble des techniques nobles de l’estampes est utilisé : gravure, pointe sèche, eau-forte, aquatinte, gaufrage, roulette, pochoir au pastel, lithographie, bois gravé, sérigraphie, procédé Goetz. L’artiste s’est donnée avec maîtrise à l’art de l’estampe qu’elle appréciait particulièrement. C’est elle qui a incité son mari à s’exprimer par ce biais, avec le succès que l’on sait. Comme dans le domaine de la peinture et notamment de l’aquarelle, la précision subtile et délicate est sa marque.
C.R. de l’œuvre gravé, Ed. Cercle d’Art, Paris, 1988
Illustration size 13.4 x 10.2 inches Paper size (or piece size) : 25.7 x 20.2 inches
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