Original 6 inch x 9 3/4 inch 1879 Etching
CLOCHER DE ST AMAND
Original 6 inch x 9 3/4 inch 1879 Etching titled CLOCHER DE ST AMAND.
Saint-Amand-les-Eaux is a commune in the Nord department, northern France, on the Scarpe river, 8 miles from Valenciennes.
Drawn and etched by Jean Eugène Sadoux (1841 – 1906). Sadoux studied engraving, lithography and drawing in Paris and drew for the magazines “Le Magasin Pittoresque”, “Le Monde illustré” and “l’Illustration”. He was also a painter in watercolours, in particular, in 1871 he painted the Templar frescoes of the Commandery of Cressac-Saint-Genis.
Engraving from a disbound copy of ‘La Renaissance en France’ by Leon Palustre. Published by A Quantin, Imprimeur-Editeur, 7, Rue Saint-Benoit, Paris, 1879. Printed by A. Quantin.
Page size 17 3/8 inch x 12 1/2 inch
The etching is in very good condition. Reverse side blank.
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