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Lithography. Women bathing. P. E. Chabas. G. Braun
100€ / 112$
Ref. P.G3.P.G.2585.Litografía

Theme: Women bathing.
Author: Paul Émile Chabas. Gastón Braun
Period: First half of XX Century
Year: 1914

Conservation: Very good
Measures [Height x Width]  
7.99 x 7.99 inc.

Editor: Braun y Cía.
Printer: Braun y Cía.

Description: - Lithograph on paper, done in loose brown monochromatic tones (Beig), representing two naked young Women, bathing in a lake, with a background of mountains.
- It has on the right of its lower part the signature “Paul-Chabas”.
- It has at the bottom the signature "Copyright 1914 by Braun & C"
- Between both signatures, it has a dry stamp, with the legend “PROPIETÉ ARTÍSTIQUE” and an Anagram with the letters “A” and “G” intertwined.
- Paul Émile Chabas places the two women on the left of the image, balancing the composition with a branch on his right and achieving a very high excellence in nature.
- This same lithograph was done in color, which is the one that has been most reproduced.
- The Mat mounted, which it preserves is from the period, and has on its back the seal of the frame “E. Frankovich ”“ Encadreur ”“ 38 Rue du Montparnasse ”“ Paris ”.
- We think that the lithography is made on a rectangular paper, of regular quality, and glued by the corners to another paper, so we think that the margins should be sufficient and centered, although to ensure this the Lithography would have to be disassembled.
- Lithography has multiple small detachments from the printed layer. It also has dirt, rust marks and humidity, which implies the convenience of subjecting it to a restoration process.
- We recommend keeping the Mat mounted, which has deteriorated edges and ends, with folds, bends and breaks. It has dirt, rust marks, and moisture. This induces the need for its restoration.

Comments: - Both the Measurements and the Weight are approximate.
- Paul Émile Chabas's painting was highly appreciated, and his work is currently in large museums.
- Gaston Braun was the son of Adolphe Braun, and continued in the business of his father, who was one of the first photographers dedicated to works of art.
- It is convenient to submit the Lithography and the Mat mounted to a restoration, which will return all its splendor to the ensemble, finishing it off with a simple frame.
- Very interesting as a collector's item and as a decorative element.
- Because differences in shades between photos and reality are inevitable, it must be kept in mind that the tones of the colors of the photos are not exactly the same as the tones of the real colors.
- The Piece shows the wear of its time, as well as some stains. It has small flaws.
- The data provided here are unconfirmed personal opinions.
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