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HENRI-PATRICE DILLON (French / 1851-1909)

Henri-Patrice Dillon was born in San Francisco, but lived and worked in France. He was a pupil of H. Lehmann, José Frappa and Carolus Duran at the Beaux-Arts, Paris. From 1884, Henri-Patrice Dillon concentrated almost entirely on lithography, almost always in black-and-white. Our print, “Polichinelle”, in five colours, was among his earliest essays in colour. Henri-Patrice Dillon was an important figure in French printmaking, co-founding L’Estampe originale with André Marty and being a founder member and vice president of the Société des peintres-lithographes.

See also:

CHARLES DUBIN

Selected prints by HENRI-PATRICE DILLON

Pluviôse, 1907
Lithograph
Baigneuse, 1902
Lithograph
Polchinelle, 1898
Lithograph •SOLD

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