Head Study Of Madame Severine [After Auguste Rodin]

Regular price £95.00 Sale price £59.00

DESCRIPTION

Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) was a master of expressive sculpture who is widely known for his array of exceptional bronzes and marbles. Works such as The Kiss and The Thinker demonstrate his stellar ability to capture the nuances of the human form.

This particular work is a head study of Madame Severine that was originally a chalk sketch. In the 1930s, it was reproduced as a gravure for a portfolio of master drawings and that’s what you see here.

The gravure process involves carefully etching an image onto a cylinder across a gridded pattern of tiny cells. The cells are recessed to allow the ink to gather within them at different intensities.

A beautiful piece and a worthy addition to your collection.

Please just ask if you would like this painting to be framed and we will try to source something appropriate for its age. We only charge for the cost of the actual frame (approximately £50) and include the framing process for free.

Medium Rotogravure on paper
Size 15⅔” x 12” / 40cm x 30.5cm
Year of creation c. 1930 - c. 1940
Condition Excellent and ready to frame.

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Framing

If the images display the artwork framed, then the frame is included in the price. For those that are unframed, we can handle the framing for you should you wish. We always try to source frames that are appropriate for the age of the painting but can also provide contemporary alternatives if you prefer. You only pay for the cost of the actual frame (usually £30 - £50) as we include the labour for free.