Aristide Joseph Bonaventure Maillol (1861 - 1944)     La Vague    Woodcut, 1895-98  Guérin 8, second state of two  Monogramed in pencil.  A working proof, one of possibly five, prior to the printing of the edition. Printed on Chine.  Inscribed 'Essai 1/5' in pencil. Also with the blindstamp of 'Henri Petiet Editeur' on the recto, and his stamp on the verso.  Image Size : 17 x 19.8cm (6.7 x 7.8in)  Note: According to Guérin, 'La Vague' was inspired by a painting with a similar title belonging to Daniel de Monfreid, a good friend of Maillol. The painting was donated in 1937 to the Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, by Ambroise Vollard.  Provenance: Henri Petiet Editeur, Paris The heirs of Henri M. Petiet, Paris  POA
       
     
  Aristide Joseph Bonaventure Maillol (1861 - 1944)     La Vague    Woodcut, 1895-98  Guérin 8, second state of two  Monogramed in pencil.  A working proof, one of possibly five, prior to the printing of the edition. Printed on Chine.  Inscribed 'Essai 1/5' in pencil. Also with the blindstamp of 'Henri Petiet Editeur' on the recto, and his stamp on the verso.  Image Size : 17 x 19.8cm (6.7 x 7.8in)  Note: According to Guérin, 'La Vague' was inspired by a painting with a similar title belonging to Daniel de Monfreid, a good friend of Maillol. The painting was donated in 1937 to the Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, by Ambroise Vollard.  Provenance: Henri Petiet Editeur, Paris The heirs of Henri M. Petiet, Paris  POA
       
     

Aristide Joseph Bonaventure Maillol (1861 - 1944)

La Vague

Woodcut, 1895-98

Guérin 8, second state of two

Monogramed in pencil.

A working proof, one of possibly five, prior to the printing of the edition. Printed on Chine.

Inscribed 'Essai 1/5' in pencil. Also with the blindstamp of 'Henri Petiet Editeur' on the recto, and his stamp on the verso.

Image Size : 17 x 19.8cm (6.7 x 7.8in)

Note:
According to Guérin, 'La Vague' was inspired by a painting with a similar title belonging to Daniel de Monfreid, a good friend of Maillol. The painting was donated in 1937 to the Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, by Ambroise Vollard.

Provenance:
Henri Petiet Editeur, Paris
The heirs of Henri M. Petiet, Paris

POA