IDBURY PRINTS

Symbolism is a style that emerged in the decadent last decades of the nineteenth century, in tandem with the writings of Baudelaire and Huysman, Rimbaud and Verlaine. It sought a saturation of the senses that privileged the dream world over that of everyday reality. Key figures included Fernand Khnopff, Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, and Félicien Rops. We have a few Symbolist prints from the pioneers of the movement (Rops, Puvis de Chavannes, Fantin-Latour), but our major holdings are of younger artists under the influence of Rops, such as Henry Chapront, Armand Rassenfosse, Henri Thomas, and Frans de Geetere.

 
JEAN-DESIRE RINGEL d'ILLZACH
5e Symphonie de Beethoven (en ut mineur), 1898
Lithograph
 
JEAN-DESIRE RINGEL d'ILLZACH
9e Symphonie (Beethoven), 1899
Lithograph
 
HENRI FANTIN-LATOUR
À Berlioz, 1895
Lithograph [sold]
 
ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE
A Bohemian revel, 1942
Etching [sold]
 
SERGE IVANOFF
A decadent dinner party, 1925
Etching [sold]
 
JACOB EPSTEIN
A Fantastic Engraving, 1940
Lithograph
 
SERGE IVANOFF
A game of whist, 1925
Etching
 
JACOB EPSTEIN
A Mournful Madrigal, 1940
Lithograph
 
LUCIEN LEVY-DHURMER
A street in Bruges, 1930
Etching [sold]
 
FERNAND KHNOPFF
A violinist, 1898
Lithograph
 
GHISLAINE DE MENTEN DE HORNE
Abandonne-toi vive aux serpents, 1935
Etching/aquatint
 
HENRY CHAPRONT
Adam and an angel, 1925
Wood engraving

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