[A Horse Ferry on the Seine]

Method Etching
Artist Jules J. Veyrassat
Published 1872
Dimensions Image and Plate 229 x 115 mm, Sheet 267 x 159 mm
Notes Proof.

From Examples of Modern Etching.

Jules Jacques Veyrassat (1828-1893) was a French painter, generally associated with the Barbizon School. His work is often compared to the painter and engraver Charles Jacque (1813-1894) and also to Jean-François Millet (1814-1875) whom he knew well. Veyrassat developed and applied the technique and style of the Barbizon School, including his observation of rural life in France at the time. Veyrassat made remarkable performances of livestock and horses in the work of farm life.

Condition: Tipped to presentation board.
Framing unmounted
Price £95.00
Stock ID 26570