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JEAN DULAC (French / 1902-1968)

Jean Dulac was born in Lyon, France, and worked as a painter, sculptor, and illustrator. Jean Dulac studied at the Beaux-Arts, Paris. Dulac exhibited sculptures at the Salon d'Automne in 1930. As a printmaker, Jean Dulac produced copper engravings, etchings, and pochoirs. His prints tend towards the erotic, as in his playful study of ladies in lingerie, Les Dessous du Demi-siècle, or in the more explicit, anonymously-published plates for Nelly et Jean, regarded as the most beautiful example of Art Deco erotica. For licentious works, Dulac adopted the pseudonym Jean de l'Étang. Our prints are pochoir plates from Jean Dulac’s edition of Les Petites Alliées by Claude Farrère. See: Jean Dulac: Artiste-peintre, statuaire, 2002.

See also:

LUCIEN BOUCHER
PIERRE BRISSAUD
JEAN CARLU

Selected prints by JEAN DULAC

Dancing à Montmartre, 1929
Etching
Les fiancés, 1929
Engraving
Lobster, 1932
Pochoir

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