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For sale - Pinchon illustration Femme et Enfant qui Pleure , Dessin Original Lavis Encre de Chine Benjamin by Joseph Porphyre Pinchon - Illustration
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Pinchon illustration Femme et Enfant qui Pleure , Dessin Original Lavis Encre de Chine Benjamin

Illustration
circa 1930
Mixed Media
12 x 9.5 cm (4.72 x 3.74 in.)
12 x 9.5 cm (4.72 x 3.74 in.)
Price : 90 €  [$]

Description

Pinchon pour Une illustration Originale au Lavis et a L'Encre de Chine Parue dans Benjamin

Inscriptions

Signée J.p.Pinchon

Comment

Joseph Porphyre Pinchon pour Une Jolie illustration pour Une Femme avec son Enfant qui Pleure .
Un Joli Dessin au Lavis et a L'Encre de Chine pour La Revue/Magazine/Journal Benjamin .
N'ayant pas de Référence , et vu Le Nombre de Benjamin sortis , je Situerais cela Année 30 (peut-être 40).
Joseph-Porphyre Pinchon est Le Créateur de La Célèbre Bécassine .
Un Joli Dessin Original a Prix Attractif .

Le Port est a Rajouter , en Lettre+Suivie Carton Fort Ou Remise Possible sur Paris ( me Contacter ) .
Merci.

About Joseph Porphyre Pinchon

Émile-Joseph Porphyre Pinchon started painting at an early age and became the pupil of Cormon and Albert Besnard. His work was exposed in the annual salon of the National Art Society in 1893. For financial reasons, he decided to become an illustrator for the press, and his first drawings appeared in Le Petit Journal de la Jeunesse in 1904. His most important comic work is 'Bécassine', which he started in the first issue of the magazine La Semaine de Suzette in 1905, from a scenario by Caumery (pseudonym of Maurice Languereau). This series, which appeared in a collection in 1913 by publisher Gautier-Languereau, became an enormous success. In World War II, Pinchon was present in Fillette and Fanfan la Tulipe. After the war, Pinchon started a collaboration with Belgian magazine Wrill, for which he created comics like 'Gilles du Maquis', 'Gringalou', 'Olive et Bengali', 'Suzel' and many others. He revived 'Frimousset in Le Petit Canard in 1946 and additionally worked for France-Soir Jeudi ('Patounet, Giboulard et Cie', 1946-47), Sabord (1947-49), Âmes Vaillantes (1948-49) and Lisette (1950). Émile-Joseph Pinchon was an important pioneer among the French-Belgian comic artists, working in a pure, realistic style. His art style later inspired the Ligne Claire ('clear line') style, of which Hergé was one of the most important representatives.

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MV9957 Vente à la criée du lot 49 de Thomas Pynchon…. Comment ? Je me suis trompé ? Ce n’est pas Thomas Pynchon mais Joseph Porphyre Pinchon pour la vente à la criée de Femme et enfant qui pleure… au temps pour moi ! Mais c’est joli quand même.
Jan 14, 2021, 9:10 AM