Chromolithography from the 1940-1950s after an french painting representing a beautiful still life with Grapes.

Very decorative and sensitive.

Dimensions
38 x 28.9 cm 14.96 x 11.37 inches

Chromolithograph was a technique of edition invented in 1837 by Godefroy Engelmann to challenge the techniques of etching and woodcut, as it revealed to be less expensive.
It had a considerable success, as well as developing advertisement with posters, as for reproducing paintings at a low cost : still lifes, lanscapes, portraits, genre scenes, became very popular elements of decoration for the home.

Good condition.

ITEM ID
GR916
COLOR
Green, Maroon, Yellow
GENRE
Modern European Art
MEDIA
Chromolithograph, Paper
STYLE
Modern Art
THEME
Botanical, Floral
WIDTH
11.37" (29 cm)
HEIGHT
14.96" (38 cm)
ORIGIN
France • French
AGE
Mid 20th Century
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Still Life with Grapes Fruits Chromolithography After French Oil Painting Kitchen Wall Decor

€100
~ $105

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