|Artist: Charles Lucas
Plate: PL. 155
A. Original lithograph from "Les Maitre de
L'Affiches" series. |
Printed by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, 1899.
in 16 x 20 in. acid free, archival museum mat, with framing labels. Ready to frame.
Shipped boxed flat via Fedex.
Certificate of Authenticity.
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|Maitre Sheet Size:||11 3/8 in x
15 3/4 in|
| ||29 cm x 40 cm|
|Price: $175.00 USD
The renowned French author, Emile Zola was determined to produce a
new type of novel that would probe deeply into every area of human
existence, and document every social ill, no matter how politically
sensitive. He called his new school of fiction, naturalism, and he
wrote a series of 20 novels between 1871 and 1893 about one family,
the Rougon-Macquart's, to illustrate his theories. After 1893 his
novels are less objective and more evangelistic. They include the
series "The Three Cities", comprising of "Lourdes"(1894),
"Rome"(1896) and "Paris"(1898)
an enticing lady, shoulders bared, writing quill in hand, basking
in the moonlight, to elegantly announce the publication of Emile Zola's
novel "Rome" in the popular Paris publication "Le Journal".